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“Hello, beautiful” – Tamiko’s Story

Tamiko Pugh, an author, and activist against domestic violence, lives in Austell. Below, she shares [...]
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Victims Need Stronger Rights – Skylar’s Story

Marsy's Law for Kentucky will provide Constitutional rights for crime victims - equivalent to thos [...]
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Marsy’s Law Is For All – Breeanne’s Story

The room was cold, as was always the case for me as a petite ten year old. But this time w [...]
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Reliving The Crime – Angela’s Story

Angela was married to a man from 1989 to 1992 who controlled her every move. The abuse began before [...]
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When A Victim Isn’t Considered A Victim – Jessica’s Story

Jessica grew up in a very small South Dakota town where she was sexually abused throughout her child [...]
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Broken Trust – Alyssa’s Story

May 11, 2011, I was at my best friend’s house drinking with her and her husband. We had drank at t [...]
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The Need For Notification – Andrea Royer’s Story

Four years ago, Andrea was raped. She reported the crime to the police and went to the hospital for [...]
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Our System Has Holes: Jessica Armstrong’s Story

In 2007 my sister, Jennifer, was murdered in Minot. Not only was that horrible enough, but Jennifer [...]
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Marsy’s Law For Montana Can Save Lives – Debra Ricci’s Story

It was starting to drizzle rain when Terry carried Patty’s badly beaten and unconscious body to th [...]
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Marsy’s Law For Montana Will Ensure Consistency

On Dec. 30, 2000, my son was murdered by a drug dealer. The pain of that tragedy has diminished litt [...]
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Victims Turned Advocates For Change: Elaine and Gordon Rondeau

From the outset of the brutal murder of our daughter, Renee Olubunmi Rondeau, we immediately became [...]
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Victim’s Story – LaWanda Hawkins

On December 6, 1995, LaWanda Hawkins was informed that her 19-year-old son, Reggie, had been [...]
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