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How is Congress able to limit the president's ability to influence federal legislation?

A. By introducing amendments to a bill the president has already signed

B. By using the filibuster to prevent the president from sponsoring a bill

C. By overriding a presidential veto with a two-thirds vote

D. By passing laws as concurrent resolutions that cannot be vetoed

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  1. Irlan
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