President as Chief Legislator-Emily W.
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The President of the United States must assume many roles in order to keep the country organized. One of these roles is Chief Legislator, where the President is given the ability to influence congress, sign bills into law, and/or veto proposed bills.
From the beginning, I have believed that public schools deserve more funding in order to provide quality education for the children of our nation.
Dear Congress, It is imperative to the future of our country that public schools receive more funding for programs that provide the best possible education for our youth.
Madame President, the senate and house of representatives have requested your attention to the following bill: Public schools shall receive more funding from the government should they be in a financially sound area where taxes may be raised to make up for the money lost.
I plan to veto this law and discuss how this only benefits wealthy neighborhoods, whereas I want to impact schools who wouldn't otherwise have had the funding to provide quality education for their students.
As President, it is important that I ensure a quality education for all the citizens of our country, not just those who are financially sound. This is more promising for the future of our country, and thereby I will continue to veto this bill unless congress changes it to include more neighborhoods around the nation, not just the wealthy ones.
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