Here are some of the major laws that contain provisions for a legislative veto by either one or both chambers of Congress. The list, prepared for the brief the Senate filed with the Supreme Court, excludes provisions for a veto by a congressional committee and provisions that require passage of a joint resolution, which the president must sign. FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND NATIONAL SECURITY

* Act for International Development of 1969--Congress may terminate foreign aid to a country through a concurrent resolution, that is, a resolution passed by both chambers.

* War Powers Resolution (1973)--In cases in which Congress has not declared a war, it may, by concurrent resolution, direct the president to remove U.S. troops from a foreign conflict.

* Department of Defense Authorization Act (1974)--Defense contracts of more than $25 million may be blocked by a resolution of either chamber.

* Department of Defense Authorization Act (1975)--Applications to export defense goods, technology or techniques may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution.

* House Joint Resolution 683 (1975)--Through a concurrent resolution, Congress can block the assignment of civilian personnel to the Sinai.

* International Development and Food Assistance Act of 1975--Foreign aid to countries that don't meet human rights standards can be cut off by a concurrent resolution.

* International Security Assistance and Arms Control Act of 1976--President's letter offering to sell major defense equipment to a country may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution.

* National Emergency Act (1976)--Presidentially declared national emergency may be terminated by a concurrent resolution.

* International Navigational Rules Act of 1977--Presidential proclamation of navigational rules may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution.

* International Security Assistance Act of 1977--President's proposed transfer of arms to a third country may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution.

* Act of Dec. 8, 1977--Presidentially declared national emergency and exercise of conditional power may be terminated with a concurrent resolution.

* Nuclear Non-Proliferation Act of 1978--Cooperative agreements concerning storage and disposition of spent nuclear fuel, proposed export of nuclear facilities, materials or technology and proposed agreements for international cooperation in nuclear reactor development may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution. BUDGET

* Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974--President's proposed deferral of budget authority may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber. INTERNATIONAL TRADE

* Trade Expansion Act of 1962--Tariff or duty recommended by the Tariff Commission (now the U.S. International Trade Commission) may be imposed by concurrent resolution.

* Trade Act of 1974--Proposed presidential actions on import relief and actions concerning certain countries may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution. Proposals for waiver extensions and for extension of nondiscriminatory treatment to products of foreign countries may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber or by concurrent resolutions.

* Export-Import Bank Amendments of 1974--Presidentially proposed limitation on exports over $300 million to the Soviet Union must be approved by a concurrent resolution. ENERGY

* Act of Nov. 16, 1973--A continuation of oil exports after president finds that they are in the national interest may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution.

* Federal Non-Nuclear Energy Research and Development Act of 1974--Rules or orders proposed by the president concerning the allocation or acquisition of essential materials may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber.

* Energy Policy and Conservation Act (1975)--Certain presidentially proposed "energy actions" involving fuel economy and pricing may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber.

* Naval Petroleum Reserves Production Act of 1976--President's extension of production period for naval petroleum reserves may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber.

* Energy Conservation and Production Act (1976)--Proposed sanctions involving federal assistance and the energy conservation performance standards of new buildings must be approved by a resolution of both chambers.

* Department of Energy Act of 1978 (Civilian Applications)--International agreements and expenditures by the Energy Secretary for foreign storage of spent nuclear fuel must be approved by a concurrent resolution, if not approved by legislation. Financing of more than $50 million for demonstration facilities must be approved by a resolution of both chambers.

* Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act Amendments of 1978--Establishment of an oil and gas lease bidding system by the Energy Secretary may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber. Export of oil and gas may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution.

* Natural Gas Policy Act of 1978--Presidential reimposition of natural gas price controls may be disapproved by concurrent resolution. Congress may reimpose natural gas price controls by concurrent resolution. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission amendment to pass through incremental costs of natural gas, and related exemptions, may be disapproved by resolution of either chamber.

* Export Administration Act of 1979--President's proposal to export Alaskan crude oil must be approved by a concurrent resolution. Commerce Secretary's action to prohibit or curtail export of agricultural commodities may be disapproved by concurrent resolution.

* Energy Security Act (1980)--Loan guarantees by Departments of Defense, Energy and Commerce in excess of specified amounts may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber. President's proposal to provide loans or guarantees in excess of established amounts may be disapproved by resolution of either chamber. Proposed award by president of individual contracts for purchase of more than 75,000 barrels per day of crude oil may be disapproved by resolution of either chamber. RULE-MAKING

* Education Amendments of 1974--Education Department regulations may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution.

* Federal Election Campaign Act Amendments of 1979--Proposed rules and regulations of the Federal Election Commission may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber.

* Act of Jan. 2, 1975--Proposed amendments by Supreme Court of federal Rules of Evidence may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber.

* Act of Aug. 9, 1975--Social Security standards proposed by the Secretary of Health and Human Services may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber.

* Airline Deregulation Act of 1978--Rules governing employe protection program may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber.

* Education Amendments of 1978--Rules proposed under the act may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution.

* Civil Rights of Institutionalized Persons Act (1980)--Attorney General's proposed standards for resolving the grievances of adults confined in correctional facilities may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber.

* Federal Trade Commission Improvements Act of 1980--FTC rules may be rejected by a concurrent resolution.

* Department of Education Organization Act (1979)--Rules issued in connection with creation of the Education Department may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution.

* Multi-Employer Pension Plan Amendments Act of 1980--Schedules proposed by the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. that require an increase in premiums for multi-employer pension plans must be approved by a concurrent resolution. Revised premium schedules proposed by the PBGC for voluntary supplemental coverage may be disapproved by concurrent resolution.

* Farm Credit Act Amendments of 1980--Certain Farm Credit Administration regulations may be delayed by a resolution of either chamber.

* Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980--Environmental Protection Agency regulations governing the release of hazardous substances, and liability and compensation for their effects, may be disapproved by concurrent resolution or by the adoption in either chamber of a concurrent resolution that is not rejected by the other chamber.

* National Historic Preservation Act Amendments of 1980--Regulations proposed by the Interior Secretary under the act may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution.

* Coastal Zone Management Improvement Act of 1980--Rules proposed by the Commerce Secretary under the act may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution.

* Act of Dec. 17, 1980--Rules issued by the Environmental Protection Agency under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution.

* Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1981--Education Secretary's schedule of expected family contributions for Pell Grant recipients may be disapproved by resolution of either chamber; rules issued by the Transportation Secretary for programs to reduce accidents, injuries and deaths may be disapproved by resolution of either chamber; the Transportation Secretary's plans for sale of the government's common stock in a rail system may be disapproved by concurrent resolution; the Transportation Secretary's approval of freight transfer agreements may be disapproved by resolution of either chamber; amendments to Amtrak's route and service criteria may be disapproved by resolution of either chamber, and Consumer Product Safety Commission regulations may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution or by a concurrent resolution of one chamber that is not rejected by the other. MISCELLANEOUS

* Federal Civil Defense Act of 1950--Interstate civil defense compacts may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution.

* National Aeronautics and Space Act of 1958--President's transfer to NASA of other agencies' functions may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution.

* Federal Pay Comparability Act of 1970--President's alternative pay plan for federal employes may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber.

* Act of Oct. 19, 1973--Plan for use and distribution of funds paid in satisfaction of a judgment of Indian Claims Commission or the Court of Claims may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber.

* Menominee Restoration Act (1973)--Plans by the Interior secretary to assume the assets of the Menominee Indian Corp. may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber.

* District of Columbia Self-Government and Governmental Reorganization Act (1973)--D.C. charter amendments ratified by electors must be approved by concurrent resolution and acts by the District City Council may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution. Acts of the council under certain titles of the D.C. Code may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber.

* Act of Dec. 31, 1975--Federal Reserve System Board of Governors may not eliminate or reduce interest rate differentials between banks insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and associations insured by the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. without the approval of both chambers.

* Veterans' Education and Employment Assistance Act of 1976--President's recommendation for continued enrollment period in armed forces educational assistance program may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber.

* Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976--Sale of public lands in tracts of over 2,500 acres and withdrawal of public lands totaling 5,000 acres or more may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution.

* Emergency Unemployment Compensation Extension Act of 1977--President's recommendations regarding raises for federal employes may be disapproved by a resolution of either chamber.

* Civil Service Reform Act of 1978--Continuation of the Senior Executive Service may be disapproved by concurrent resolution.

* Full Employment and Balanced Growth Act of 1978--Presidential timetable for reducing unemployment may be superseded by a concurrent resolution.

* District of Columbia Retirement Reform Act (1979)--Required reports to Congress on the District's retirement program may be rejected by a resolution of either chamber.

* Act of Aug. 29, 1980--Designation of a marine sanctuary by the Commerce Secretary may be disapproved by a concurrent resolution.