NH lawmakers postpone ‘Veto Day’ until January. Here are bills on the list.

Posted on AllSides August 16th, 2023

The New Hampshire Legislature will not be holding a “Veto Day” this September, putting off the traditional day in which lawmakers decide whether to override the governor’s vetoed bills, Speaker Sherman Packard announced Friday. Instead, House and Senate lawmakers will take up Gov. Chris Sununu’s vetoes on Jan. 3, when they return to start the 2024 legislative session. The announcement, which was posted in the speaker’s address in the weekly House calendar, is a break from custom. Typically, House and Senate lawmakers return to the State House for a session...

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