Veto power in Utah. Memorial of the Legislative Assembly of Utah, setting forth the evils arising from the sweeping exercise of the absolute veto power of the governor, by which much needed legislation, including the general appropriation bill, has been defeated, and asking that this prerogative of the executive of the territory be withdrawn and measures adopted for immediate relief. April 19, 1886. . . .
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U.S. 49th Cong. 1st Sess. House. Misc. Doc. No. 238
Veto power exercised by the governor due to the political and religious situation
Fales & Flake 784
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