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Frequently Asked Questions About the Minnesota Legislature

What is a veto?

A veto is the constitutional power of the governor to reject a bill. When vetoed, a bill is returned to the house of origin with a veto message.

A more detailed description of vetoes is in: The Veto Process and Powers of the Governor. Historical data on vetoes and override attempts is available on the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library's webpage: Bills Vetoed.