Today's the last day for N.H. governor to decide on bills
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - The clock is ticking on remaining bills sitting on Gov. Maggie Hassan's desk.
She has until the end of Monday to decide whether to sign, veto, or let them go into effect without her signature.
The Telegraph of Nashua reports she has three left. The biggest would expand the auditing and investigatory powers of the attorney general's office and the Racing and Charitable Gaming Commission and its oversight over charitable gambling.
On Friday, Hassan signed a bill establishing a 10-year highway plan that outlines a way to pay the balance needed to finish the Interstate 93 expansion.
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