An effort to pass a different version of the line item veto was The Expedited Legislative Line-Item Veto and Rescissions Act of 2011. This act allowed the president to recommend to Congress individual lines of funding to delete from a budget bill. The act gives Congress 45 days to approve or disapprove of the president’s recommendations, preserving the right of Congress, not the president, to decide. This act, in particular, it seems, will be used in court against Trump's efforts to take money from one congressionally approved project and move the funding to border wall construction. The act clearly allows the president to recommend changes, however, as supported repeatedly by the courts, only Congress has the authority to change congressionally approved funding.