Line item veto

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Line item veto benefits local region; however, it does nothing for the government as a whole.

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Line item veto benefits local region; however, it does nothing for the government as a whole.
asked Mar 27 at 12:29 Clarence Houge New member

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I would put 'the' in front of 'line item veto' and 'a' in front of 'local'.

 

The line item veto benefits a local region; however, it does nothing for the government as a whole.

 

After looking at the sentence, I think it would read better with plurals and no articles.

 

Line item vetoes benefit local regions; however, they do nothing for the government as a whole.

link comment answered Mar 27 at 12:45 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow

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