The U.S. Congress overrode President Bush's initial veto of the 'Farm Bill,' enacting 14 of the bill's 15 titles into law. Included in the action was the delay of a change to the 'First Sale' rule, which allows the industry to set its tariff rate with the first sale of a product and not the last sale prior to entering the country. Should the rule have been changed, consumers could have seen as much as a 20% markup in prices at the cash register.