Lynch expected to veto gun bills
CONCORD, N.H.—New Hampshire Gov. John Lynch is expected to announce he'll veto three bills that ease gun regulations.
Lynch and law enforcement officials are holding a news conference Tuesday to urge the House to kill the bills. Lynch is expected to promise he will veto the bills if they reach his desk. If the House passes them, they would go to the Senate.
One strips colleges of their ability to prohibit guns on campuses. A second eliminates the need for a license to carry concealed loaded weapons. The third would overturn a 74-year-old ban on loaded weapons in vehicles.
Meanwhile, the House Republicans plan a news conference later Tuesday to discuss bills before the House and new measures for the 2012 session.