Will any bills survive when lawmakers vote on vetoes?
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Paid family leave: vetoed.
An increased minimum wage: vetoed.
Expansion of net metering: vetoed.
Those were among the results of a legislative session during which the Republican governor and a Democratic Legislature were at loggerheads, a session during which groups like the Business and Industry Association of New Hampshire “mainly played defense,” in the words of Senior Vice President David Juvet, a session that will reach a climax on Sept. 18 and 19, when lawmakers return to deal with the bills that were met with Gov. Chris Sununu’s record number of vetoes.