Sununu lets bill become law without signature

CONCORD – On Monday, New Hampshire Senate Bill 139, an act establishing a committee to study options for lowering student debt, became law without the signature of Gov. Chris Sununu.

“If the Legislature was serious about reducing student debt they would have included the $32.5 million in student loan assistance my budget provided,” Sununu said. “Instead of pushing study committees, the Legislature had a chance to take real action in support of students, but instead passed legislation that kicks the can down the road.”