In January, Idaho state lawmakers debated a bill that would have allowed more sexual assault survivors to get protection orders against their assailants. The bill, introduced by Democratic representative Melissa Wintrow, died after lobbying from the National Rifle Association.
Boise State Public Radio reporter Heath Druzin dug into the story and joins Idaho Matters to talk more about what he found.
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