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CONCORD, NH — New Hampshire's governor vetoed a controversial net metering bill on Monday that he said would cost ratepayers hundreds of millions of dollars in higher electric bills. Gov. Chris Sununu, R-NH, vetoed HB 365 calling it "a regressive cost burden on citizens" that would benefit "large-scale solar developers while hurting all ratepayers," including the elderly and those on fixed income.