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* 1998 – In Clinton v. City of New York, the United States Supreme Court decides that the Line Item Veto Act of 1996 is unconstitutional.
In 1996, Congress attempted to enhance the president's veto power with the Line Item Veto Act.
The fourth, the Line Item Veto Act of 1996, was invalidated in 1998.
Congress attempted to grant this power to the president by the Line Item Veto Act of 1996 to control " pork barrel spending ", but in 1998 the US Supreme Court ruled the act to be unconstitutional in a 6-3 decision in Clinton v. City of New York.
Representative Paul Ryan introduced his own version, the Legislative Line Item Veto Act of 2006, in March of that year.
Dinh and Sales argued that the Legislative Line Item Veto Act of 2006 satisfies the Constitution ’ s Bicameralism and Presentment Clause, and therefore avoids the constitutional issues raised in the 1996 Act struck down by the Supreme Court.
In 1996, Senator Coats cosponsored the Line Item Veto Act of 1996 which President Clinton signed into law.
In 1996, the United States Congress passed, and President Bill Clinton signed, the Line Item Veto Act of 1996.
In 2006, Senator Bill Frist introduced the Legislative Line Item Veto Act of 2006 in the United States Senate.
* April 9, 1996: Line Item Veto Act,,
In addition, the Line Item Veto Act of 1996 was passed to allow the President of the United States to veto single objectionable items within bills passed by Congress, but the Supreme Court struck down the act as unconstitutional in Clinton v. City of New York.
Exemplifying the Court's legal reasoning on this matter, it ruled in the 1998 case Clinton v. City of New York that the Line Item Veto Act of 1996, which authorized the President to selectively void portions of appropriation bills, was a violation of the Presentment Clause, which sets forth the formalities governing the passage of legislation.
Clinton v. City of New York,, is a legal case in which the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that the line-item veto as granted in the Line Item Veto Act of 1996 violated the Presentment Clause of the United States Constitution because it impermissibly gave the President of the United States the power to unilaterally amend or repeal parts of statutes that had been duly passed by the United States Congress.
Among this list was the Line Item Veto Act itself, one of two provisions designed to ensure Congressional fiscal conservatism.
The District Court ruled for the plaintiffs, holding that the Line Item Veto Act was unconstitutional.
Steven F. Huefner wrote that " Although the Presentment Clause analysis of the Line Item Veto Act has superficial appeal, it ultimately does not withstand scrutiny ," arguing that the Court should have relied on the nondelegation doctrine in order to invalidate the Act, as it provided a superior basis for such a decision.
Roy E. Brownell II criticized the Clinton administration for its exercise of the Line Item Veto Act, charging that it should have restricted its cancellation powers only to statutory provisions that remain in the realm of national security.
He argued that had the Clinton administration limited its use of the Line Item Veto Act in this fashion, it would have ensured that when the constitutionality of the Act was inevitably challenged, the challenge would have been based on terms most favorable to the Executive.
Though the Supreme Court struck down the Line Item Veto Act in 1998, President George W. Bush asked Congress to enact legislation that would return the line item veto power to the Executive.
First announcing his intent to seek such legislation in his January 31, 2006 State of the Union address, President Bush sent a legislative proposal Legislative Line Item Veto Act of 2006 to Congress on March 6, 2006, urging its prompt passage.
When asked how this proposed legislation was different from the 1996 Line Item Veto Act that was found unconstitutional by the United States Supreme Court, Bolten said that whereas the former act granted unilateral authority to the Executive to disallow specific spending line items, the new proposal would seek Congressional approval of such line-item vetoes.
Dinh and Sales argued that the Legislative Line Item Veto Act of 2006 satisfies the Constitution ’ s Bicameralism and Presentment Clause, and therefore avoids the constitutional issues raised in the 1996 Act struck down by the Supreme Court.
The Legislative Line Item Veto Act has therefore not become law.
*" At Siemens, Bribery Was Just a Line Item ," by Siri Schubert, New York Times 12 / 21 / 2008.

Line and Veto
This led to the passage of the Line Item Veto Act of 1996, signed in to law by President Bill Clinton.

Line and Act
The United States gave up its claims to 14 islands of the Line and Phoenix chains ( previously asserted under the Guano Islands Act ) in the 1979 Treaty of Tarawa.
Line troops and militia were brought in from surrounding counties, swelling the forces at Amherst's disposal to over 15, 000 many of whom were quartered in tents in Hyde Park and a form of Martial Law was declared, giving the troops the authority to fire on crowds if the Riot Act had first been read ; although order was eventually restored, Amherst was personally alarmed by the failure of the authorities to suppress the riots.
On May 30, 1854, the Kansas-Nebraska Act created the Nebraska Territory and the Kansas Territory, divided by the Parallel 40 ° North ( Baseline Road or County Line Road or Weld County Road 2 in the future Weld County ).
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Nevertheless, she refused closure of several lines, one example being the Looe Valley Line in Cornwall, and introduced the first Government subsidies for socially necessary but unprofitable railways in the Transport Act 1968.
* 1802: Congress restated the Ordinance Line of 1787 as Ohio's northern boundary, in the Enabling Act of 1802, which allowed Ohio to become a state.
Jackson acceded that Michigan discontinue proceedings and prosecutions under the Pains and Penalties Act, that Ohio be given complete freedom to run the Harris Line, and that neither side forcibly oppose the official jurisdiction of the other in the disputed area.
The PYK Line was the basis for Section 10 of the Alaska Statehood Act, which Stevens wrote.
USA vs. Al-Arian is an award-winning 2007 documentary film by Norwegian director Line Halvorsen about Al-Arian and his family during and after his trial from his family's point of view, and a commentary on the U. S. justice system under the Patriot Act.
At the same time, the United States is reviewing the Reconstruction Opportunity Zones ( ROZ ) Act in Washington, D. C., which is supposed to help the economic status of the Pashtun and Baloch tribes by providing jobs to a large number of the population on both sides of the Durand Line border.
On 1 January 1923, the GCR became part of the London and North Eastern Railway ( LNER ) as part of the Railways Act 1921, and on 1 July 1933, the Met became part of the London Passenger Transport Board ( LPTB ), thus becoming the Metropolitan Line of the London Underground.
While the Protection of Animals Act 1911 provided a power of arrest for police, the British courts have determined that Parliament did not intend any other organisation such as the RSPCA to be empowered under the act and that the RSPCA therefore does not possess police-like powers of arrest, of entry or of search ( Line v RSPCA, 1902 ).

Line and 1996
Jones, whose work had been nominated eight times over his career for an Oscar ( winning thrice: For Scent-imental Reasons, So Much for So Little, and The Dot and the Line ), received an Honorary Academy Award in 1996 by the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, for " the creation of classic cartoons and cartoon characters whose animated lives have brought joy to our real ones for more than half a century.
* Kieran Mulvaney and Mark Warford ( 1996 ): Witness: Twenty-Five Years on the Environmental Front Line, Andre Deutsch.
British examples are At Risk ( 2004 ), Secret Asset ( 2006 ), Illegal Action ( 2007 ), and Dead Line ( 2008 ), by Dame Stella Rimington ( formerly the Director General of MI5 from 1992 to 1996 ) and The Code Snatch ( 2001 ) by Alan Stripp, formerly a cryptographer at Bletchley Park.
( 1988 ), Heart of Dixie ( 1989 ), Mystery Train ( 1989 ), The Silence of the Lambs ( 1991 ), Trespass ( 1991 ), The Gun in Betty Lou's Handbag ( 1992 ), The Firm ( 1993 ), The Delta ( 1996 ), The People Vs. Larry Flynt ( 1996 ), The Rainmaker ( 1997 ), Cast Away ( 2000 ), 21 Grams ( 2002 ), A Painted House ( 2002 ), Black Snake Moan ( 2005 ), Forty Shades of Blue ( 2005 ), Walk the Line ( 2005 ), Hustle & Flow ( 2006 ), Nothing But the Truth ( 2008 ), Soul Men ( 2008 ), and The Grace Card ( 2011 ).
( 1960 ), Frank Loesser's How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying ( 1962 ), Marvin Hamlisch, Ed Kleban, James Kirkwood, and Nicholas Dante's A Chorus Line ( 1976 ), Stephen Sondheim's and James Lapine's Sunday in the Park with George ( 1985 ), Jonathan Larson's Rent ( 1996 ), and Brian Yorkey and Tom Kitt's Next to Normal ( 2010 ).
* Dumb and Dumber ( 1995 – 1996, co-production with New Line Cinema, ABC )
In 1962 China and India fought a brief war over Aksai Chin and Arunachal Pradesh, but in 1993 and 1996 the two countries signed agreements to respect the Line of Actual Control.
* Line ( singer ) ( born 1996 ), Danish singer and finalist in the Danish X Factor
* Taipei's Brown Line ( opened in 1996, larger variant using the MAGGALY technology from Lyon Metro line D )
* Alan Gillie, " The Origin of the Poverty Line ", Economic History Review, XLIX / 4 ( 1996 ), 726
Midland Mainline ( legal name Midland Main Line Limited, company no 3007934 ) was a train operating company in the United Kingdom owned by National Express that operated the Midland Main Line franchise from April 1996 until November 2007.
It was set up at the privatisation of British Rail in 1996, and operates local passenger trains from Marylebone station in London to Aylesbury and main-line trains on the Chiltern Main Line to Birmingham Snow Hill with its associated branches.
The Porrettana Line went into service in 1864, the Direttissima in 1934 and the High Speed in 1996.
Stanley's next project was the third major movie version of the H. G. Wells novel The Island of Doctor Moreau for New Line Cinema in 1996.

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