Congress can not veto bills. The function of Congress as the legislative branch is to put together bills which the President then signs into law. If the President does not sign the bill s/he is required to return the bill to Congress within 10 days along with the reason the bill was not signed. This is what is called a veto.
There is a procedural tactic in Congress that can prevent the passage of a bill called a fillibuster, where a politician or politicians will prevent a vote by keeping open the debate over legislation indefinitely.
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