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Obama Keystone Veto Vow Sets Up Battles on Republican Agenda

January 7, 2015, Bloomberg

Senator Jon Kyl spoke to Bloomberg regarding the expected increase in presidential vetoes.

'If Obama begins vetoing bills early in the new congressional session, then “it’s likely to degenerate into a political tug of war,” said Jon Kyl, who was the No. 2 Senate Republican before leaving the chamber in 2013. “Then it’s just a matter of which one is better at explaining which one is the reason for the gridlock.”'

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