House sustains Lynch veto of right to workBy GARRY RAYNO
New Hampshire Union Leader
November 30. 2011 12:07PM
CONCORD - After months of waiting, the House Wednesday sustained Gov. John Lynch's veto of right to work legislation.
The House voted 240-139, which was short of the two-thirds majority needed to override the veto.
Veto supporters said nothing is wrong with the current system, but opponents said the bill could create jobs in the state.
Below is the roll call vote on the veto override of HB 474 Right to Work bill. The veto override failed.