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The President of the United States is responsible for many different jobs like Chief Legislator. He/she has to influence Congress, sign the bill to put it into effect, and veto bills to send them back for revision.
Since I was elected into office, I had a feeling that art and music programs should have more support from the government. I should go and try to convince Congress to give more money towards these programs in schools.
Dear Congress, I believe that more support for art and music programs in schools has more benefits than what meets the eye. I think that giving money to the programs that are suffering will help the overall schools experience.
Ms. President, the Senate and House of Representatives have sent you the following bill: The government will give money to the art and music programs that are suffering, but if they are cut, no more money will be given.
I am going to veto this law and explain that cut programs are not a lost cause.
As President of the United States, I want to secure the ability for all students to be able to take art and music. I will continue to veto this bill until the programs are supported until they can support themselves.
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