A bill that would reduce the powers of the New Hampshire Rail Transit Authority and strip it of its ability to issue bonds is headed to Gov. John Lynch.

By a veto-proof 16-8 margin, the Senate last week amended a House bill that would have abolished the rail authority, which was created in 2007 to oversee the development of commuter rail in the state. The new version would effectively reduce the organization to a study group.

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