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Bipartisanship for Victims’ Rights

Bipartisan issues are few are far between these days. Polarizing elections have people on edge and [...]
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Stories From Survivors of Crime Motivate

We’re back at it after having our hearing in the state Capitol, where survivors of crime, the Atto [...]
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Key Law Enforcement Endorsement Strengthens Coalition in Maine

Marsy’s Law for Maine is thrilled to have received a key law enforcement endorsement last week. Sh [...]
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When Dad’s Protection Encourages a Generation of Service

It’s the time of year when the spotlight is on Dad. Father figures exist in so many ways, contribu [...]
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Supporters of AJR 47/SJR 53 (Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin)

Supporters of AJR 47/SJR 53 (Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin) Support for Marsy's Law for Wisconsin c [...]
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Marsy’s Law for WI – Facts on the Fight for Equal Rights for Crime Victims

Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin is a grassroots movement working with a broad coalition of Wisconsinites [...]
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Former State Senator Linda Baker Joins Efforts For Equal Crime Victims’ Rights

Marsy’s Law for Maine is proud to announce that former state Senator Linda Baker of Topsham has jo [...]
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First Hearing Scheduled for Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin

Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin is excited to share with you the first hearing in state Legislature occu [...]
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Marsy’s Law for Montana Frequently Asked Questions

As we approach the implementation date for Marsy's Law on July 1st, we've received some similar ques [...]
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Marsy’s Law for Georgia Receives Wide Support at Convention

In the effort to continue the fight for the constitutional protections of crime victims, Marsy’s L [...]
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More Violent Crime in North Carolina Means More Victims

North Carolinians often hear good news about numbers - with its communities frequently receiving acc [...]
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Remembering Domestic Violence Victims Among The Trees

I recently had the honor of visiting a rural domestic violence shelter where I was shown something t [...]
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