The legislature passed the bill last year to offer film and video production companies tax breaks of up to 15 percent of costs for projects under $6 million.
Daniels vetoed it, calling the incentives too broad based. Daniels wanted tax breaks targeted to landing new business, not subsidizing existing ones.
The House overrode the veto in January. If the Senate does the same, the bill would become law, a first for any vetoed measure under the Daniels administration.