Several local media outlets produced reports about the big Veto Override Rally held on Sept. 6 on the Plaza at the State House. Media coverage has been fair, with many quotes from Rally speakers and attendees describing why it is necessary, for the future of New Hampshire's forests, the state's timber industry, and its many rural communities, to override Gov. Sununu's vetoes of Senate bills 365 and 446.

The state legislature will convene on Sept. 13 to consider the vetoes. Overriding requires a two-thirds majority of each house of the legislature of all the senators and representatives present for the vote.

To watch WCAX-Channel 3's report, click here.

Here's the Associated Press report. 

To read the Union Leader's story on the Rally, go here

Here's the Conway Daily Sun's coverage

The Concord Monitor published a story.

So did NHPR

Also note: "The Exchange," NHPR's local public affairs program, will focus on the vetoes and the Veto Override campaign on Monday, Sept. 10, beginning at 9 a.m.




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