Friday, May 03, 2013
Ind. Law - Enrolled acts at the Governor's office
Here is Governor Pence's bill watch page. As of April 30th, he had received all the bills passed by the General Assembly. Receipt is called "presentment". Under Article 5, section 14 of the Indiana Constitution:
(a) Every bill which shall have passed the General Assembly shall be presented to the Governor. The Governor shall have seven days after the day of presentment to act upon such bill as follows:Section 14 has much more on the veto option, but for now what is important is that the Governor has through Tuesday, May 7th, to act on the remaining bills in his possession.
(1) He may sign it, in which event it shall become a law.
(2) He may veto it * * *
(3) He may refuse to sign or veto such bill in which event it shall become a law without his signature on the eighth day after presentment to the Governor.
Posted by Marcia Oddi on May 3, 2013 10:59 AM
Posted to Indiana Law