PIERRE, S.D. (AP) - South Dakota lawmakers are gathering at the state Capitol to decide whether to accept or override five vetoes from Gov. Dennis Daugaard.
The two highest-profile vetoes were of bills that would allow guns in the state Capitol and let people carry concealed handguns without a permit.
The Legislature meets Monday for the final day of the 2017 legislative session.
Lawmakers are set to consider a rejected measure to allow a court to put juveniles in Department of Corrections' custody if they present a significant risk of physical harm to themselves.
Lawmakers will also weigh a dispatched bill to reduce a fee that is mostly put into a telecommunication fund for the deaf.
It takes two-thirds support in both the House and Senate to override a gubernatorial veto.
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3/27/2017 8:23:31 AM (GMT -6:00)