Only need a 3/5 majority (60%) to make it veto-proof and over ride home rule exclusion.
There are 118 members of the General Assembly, so we need 71 votes (70.8 actually).
So 71 is the magic number
C0untZer0, you missed my point. A so-called "veto-proof" majority isn't really veto-proof. If the billed passed with the required 60% of votes, it still has to go to the Governor who will then veto it. The legislature can then attempt to override that veto, but this is a much
bigger move politically than the original vote. As such, it's almost guaranteed that there are some reps who would vote to pass the bill originally, but not to override a veto.