The Marsy's Law amendment aimed to spell out new rights for victims of sexual and domestic violence in New Hampshire. And despite having the backing of Governor Chris Sununu, and key lawmakers in both parties, the measure failed badly in the New Hampshire House. But according to state filings , money doesn't appear to have been the problem. The campaign behind the effort, Marsy's Law For New Hampshire, spent $367,000 to boost the proposal.
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