State lawmakers have overridden another one of Governor Bob Holden’s vetoes. This one was on the bill that keeps cities from suing gun makers and dealers to recover costs of coping with crimes caused by people using guns. House members voted 116 to 36 to override Holden’s veto. The Senate had previously voted to override the measure. This is the third veto override of the session. Thursday, the Senate followed the lead of the House by voting to override Holden’s veto of the conceal and carry gun bill and the 24-hour wait for abortions. These veto overrides are only the 17th, 18th, and 19th, in Missouri’s history.