on list Wade-Davis Bill/pocket veto Wade-Davis Bill was sponsored by Republican Senators Benjamin F. Wade and Henry W. Davis,and required voters to swear loyalty to the UnIon, as well as African American equality and it was vetoed by Lincoln.
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Pocket Veto When the President neither ratifies nor rejects or returns the Bill, but simply keeps the Bill pending for an indefinite period.
Governor Christie of New Jersey Has Pocket Vetoed #NoseysLaw! However, a new bill has already been prepared and is ready to go, which hopefully Governor Murphy will sign in the near future! Senator Raymond J. Lesniak says "We'll make Nosey’s Law a model for every state to follow!"
Just read that Christie pocket vetoed this. With a pocket veto, he only had to wait 10 days and not sign it. The bill died. Had he vetoed it, he would have had to give a reason. With a pocket veto, he doesn't have to explain a thing.
The Wade-Davis Bill of 1864 was a bill proposed for the Reconstruction of the South written by two Radical Republicans, Senator Benjamin Wade of Ohio and Representative Henry Winter Davis of Maryland. It was pocket vetoed my Abraham Lincoln.
President Obama's recent vetoes were unconstitutional. Congress should sue him.