Section 1. Article I, Section 7, Clauses 2 and 3 are hereby repealed.
Section 2. Every bill that shall have passed or been introduced in the certain committees of the respective house of Congress shall be recorded in Congressional records, which shall be in the House of Representatives and the Senate; a bill will need fifty-one percent of the respective house determined by votes of Nays, Yays or Abstainations to pass; if a similar bill is passed in another house the bills passed shall be combined in a joint conference committee; if no similar bill is introduced in the other house, the house shall pass the bill that was introduced in the other house which would be the House of Representatives or the Senate; once this process is completed, the Congress shall present the bill to the President.
Section 3. The President shall veto a bill or if Congress adjourns for ten days and the President does not sign it the bill will not become law; if the President does not sign the bill within ten days of it being passed by Congress, the bill shall become law; A vote of 51% in both houses of Congress will be sufficient to overcome a veto by the President; a bill becomes law when the President signs it and once it becomes law the President cannot ignore it through any means, such as signing statements, just because the law does not go with their beliefs; the President is authorized by his oath of office to enforce all the laws of the United States, no exception.
Section 4. Every vote in both houses shall be presented to the President; as he has the right to veto such legislation except for resolutions, that do have any lawmaking power but are rather the collective opinion of those in a certain house of Congress on an issue.
Section 5. Congress shall have the power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.
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