Jan 2, 2016 4:41 PM
House session to open with debates on guns, drones, keno
The Associated Press
CONCORD — It's straight to work for lawmakers when the New Hampshire House reconvenes on Wednesday, with more than 100 bills already on the docket.
Committees have been working during the off months to amend dozens of bills from 2015 that lawmakers felt needed more work, and many of those bills are up for votes this week. Lawmakers will debate bills aimed at regulating how police officers can use drones, removing mandatory minimum sentences for certain crimes and whether police officers should be required to wear body cameras.
The House plans to extend its opening session into Thursday given the volume of bills. The Senate opens its 2016 session on Thursday.