COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) _ South Carolina House members will decide whether to override two of Gov. Nikki Haley's vetoes left over from the session that ended in June. 

The House returns Wednesday afternoon for a special, one-day session. 

The chamber will take up two bills that Haley vetoed in June. One is intended to help South Carolina's public libraries keep out disrupters. The other is a local bill allowing a tax hike for firefighting in coastal Murrell's Inlet and Garden City. 

The House had already gone home when the Senate voted overwhelmingly during an extended session to override Haley's opposition. An override takes a two-thirds majority of both chambers. 

The extra session won't add to legislators' annual $10,400 salary. But attending House members each receive $176 to cover meals and lodging, plus mileage reimbursement.