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Veto Details

Compiled by the Minnesota Legislative Reference Library

Year search results for: 1947

Vetoes Home
1947 - Governor Luther Youngdahl
Full Bills Vetoed (including pockets): 9
Pocket Vetoes: 2
Bills with Line Item Vetoes: 0
Lines Vetoed: 0
Full Bills + Bills with Line Vetoes: 9
Full Bills + Lines Vetoed: 9
Session Chapter Bill # Companion # Governor's Message Topic Full or Line (# of lines) Overridden?
55th Legislature HF910 4/24/1947 A bill relating to the sales of intoxicating liquor, allowing the city of Hibbing to extend hours for on-sale liquor places. Full No attempt
55th Legislature HF911 4/24/1947 A bill relating to licenses for sale of intoxicating liquors in certain cities of the fourth class; International Falls. Full Attempted
55th Legislature HF933 4/24/1947 Pocket Veto A bill relating to taxes on and measured by net income. Full No attempt
55th Legislature SF953 4/24/1947 Pocket Veto A bill relating to driver's licenses; revocation of same. Full No attempt
55th Legislature HF735 4/23/1947 A bill relating to intoxicating liquors; municipal liquor stores. Full No attempt
55th Legislature HF1065 4/21/1947 A bill relating to intoxicating liquor licenses in villages where a special census has been had and certified to by the Secretary of State; Golden Valley. Full No attempt
55th Legislature SF863 4/21/1947 A bill relating to the sale of intoxicating liquors and the closing hours for the sale thereof. Full No attempt
55th Legislature SF319 4/18/1947 A bill relating to intoxicating liquors and providing for local option in municipalities in certain counties (Polk County liquor bill). Full No attempt
55th Legislature SF832 4/12/1947 A bill relating to licenses for sale of intoxicating liquors in certain cities of the fourth class and vilages. Full No attempt

 

Unlike counting full vetoes, the counting of line item vetoes is inherently arbitrary. Library staff used these guidelines. If a lump-sum appropriation was broken down into several component items and the entire lump sum was vetoed, it was counted as one item. Appropriations divided into separate amounts for two fiscal years were also counted as one item.