No Louisiana Session to Overturn Vetoes - State and Federal Communications

July 12, 2012  •  

No Louisiana Session to Overturn Vetoes

Seal of LouisianaThe Louisiana Legislature has decided not to convene a session to consider overturning Governor Bobby Jindal’s vetoes.

The veto session, which is automatically set upon a governor vetoing a bill, was scheduled for July 14. A majority of Senate members voted in writing against holding the session. A majority is required from either the House or Senate to cancel a session.

The Legislature had adjourned sine die on June 4.

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