However, I suspect that this was mainly a result of misleading propaganda put out by the anti-self-defense activists, the familiar refrain from Florida and everywhere else about blood running in the streets and the like. I suspect that at least a few of the reps didn't understand the meaning and implications of the change in law, thinking that it was carte blanche to kill panhandlers or some such ridiculous notions encouraged by the anti-self-defense lobby. The law on the justification for the use of deadly defensive force still applies, and has not been changed one iota by this bill.
A two-thirds majority is needed to override a veto, but I suspect that if Lynch does veto, it will be political suicide for him. We now have three different pro-gun groups in the state, undoubtedly which are all already plotting to target the anti-self-defense reps on the Criminal Justice and Public Safety committee, and Lynch would make a nice juicy target to add to the mix.
Thanks for the links and info. Good luck NH!