President as Chief Legislator- Mr. Litz
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The President of the United States has many responsibilities including that of Chief Legislator. In this role, the President has to influence Congress, sign bills into law, and veto or reject bills.
From the first day I entered office I felt that there should be stricter gun control laws. I am going to try and work with Congress to increase safety concerning guns.
Dear Congress, I believe that stricter gun laws can keep our children safe. I think if there is a firearm in a home it is required to be kept in a lockbox at all times throughout the country.
Mr. President, the Senate and House of Representatives have sent you the following bill: All guns kept in a home with children must be kept in a lockbox at all times with a penalty of $5,000 for the first offense and further punishments afterwards.
I am going to veto this bill and explain that this does not fully represent my vision for a safer household.
As President, I want to ensure the safety of all citizens. I will continue to veto this bill unless it provides for a lockbox in every home a gun was found regardless of children being there or not.
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