Frankenstein veto
 n.— «A “Frankenstein veto” is a partial veto of an appropriation bill that deletes selected words, digits, punctuation marks or larger “parts” of the bill, for the express purpose of “stitching together” assorted remnants into new laws that the Legislature did not approve.» —“So-called “Frankenstein veto” ban won’t fix the problem” by Frederick Wells Capital Times (Madison, Wisconsin) June 14, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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