Vanna White veto
 n.— «The power is the governor’s partial veto, which includes the unusual ability to take a bill and change its meaning by vetoing the individual letters of words. The result can be the creation of whole new words and a whole new law. Democrats have dubbed the practice the “Vanna White veto.”» —“Vote to decide on use of partial veto” by Craig Gilbert Milwaukee Journal (Wisc.) Mar. 25, 1990. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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