Beyond the vetoes
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You might think nothing happened during the last session of the New Hampshire Legislature since so much of the focus in recent months has been on the 55 bills passed by lawmakers only to be vetoed by Gov. Chris Sununu, with the governor winning on all but two override votes.
But, as Sununu pointed out, he also signed 333 bills this session and let another nine go into law without his signature. And while none of these laws might have as much of an impact as some of the vetoed bills — such as raising the minimum wage and net metering cap or starting a new family and medical leave program — about 100 of them are significant to business in one way or the other.