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Which of the following is true of the line-item veto?
The line-item veto gives Congress the power to remove irresponsible items from the official budget.
The line-item veto was a power that President Clinton established himself during his presidency.
The line-item veto restricts the president from removing tax provisions from the Congressional budget.
The line-item veto was ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.
The line-item veto was a power given to the president by Congress and is still in effect today.