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What was the significance of the decision in Clinton v. New York?
President Clinton's impeachment was overturned.
The use of the Presidential Line Item Veto was ruled unconstitutional.
President Clinton's negotiations with the Palestine Liberation Organization and Israel were determined to be a violation of Presidential power.
The ability of the President to negotiate an Executive Agreement to avoid a ratification debate with Congress was ruled constitutional.
It settled the recount issue during the 2000 Presidential Election.