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UNIVERSITY PLACE

The Frankenstein Veto: The Story of Wisconsin's Partial...

  • Aired: 09/15/2009
  • 49:09
  • Rating: TV-G
Fred Wade Attorney Fred Wade talks about the Frankenstein veto, which is the power of the governor to use his partial veto power in a way that allows him to make laws that were not originally approved by the legislature. Fred discusses the contradiction this posses and looks into the history of Wisconsin's state constitution.
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