Missouri lawmakers have concluded their annual veto session after overriding Gov. Jay Nixon to enact measures loosening state gun laws and tightening voting requirements.
The Republican-led Legislature overrode the Democratic governor on a total of 13 vetoes Wednesday.
The guns laws allow most adults to carry concealed weapons without needing permits.
The photo ID requirement is contingent on passage of a November ballot measure.
Nixon, who is in his final year in office, already was the most overridden governor in Missouri history.