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Spreading Awareness of Domestic Violence in October

For the last 30 years, October has marked Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM) across the countr [...]
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Standing With Domestic Violence Victims In Kentucky

October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month and all across Kentucky, organizations are hos [...]
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Stronger Laws Needed To Protect Florida Crime Victims – Florida State Senator Lauren Book

As a survivor of child sexual abuse, I know how important it is for victims to be treated with digni [...]
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Georgia’s Largest County Issues Proclamation In Support of Marsy’s Law for Georgia

The Fulton County Commission issued a proclamation at its last meeting naming Oct. 4, 2017, as Marsy [...]
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Crossing Nevada As Endorsements Continue Steady

From one end of the state to another, Marsy's Law team members are crossing Nevada to spread the wor [...]
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Androscoggin County Sheriff Eric Samson Joins Law Enforcement Endorsing Marsy’s Law for Maine

Recently, Androscoggin County Sheriff Eric Samson joined other law enforcement leaders in endorsing [...]
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Why I Support Marsy’s Law for Florida – Sheriff Chris Nocco

As the Sheriff of Pasco County, Florida, my duty, along with all our deputies, is to protect and def [...]
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Introducing… State Question 794!

We’ve officially launched the State Question 794 campaign and we couldn’t be more grateful for t [...]
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Meeting at the Mountain State Fair

At the end of every summer, the North Carolina Mountain State Fair just south of Asheville draws ci [...]
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Watauga County Votes to Support Victims’ Rights

The Watauga County Commission voted unanimously this month in favor of a resolution to support Mars [...]
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Saying “Thank You” as Support Continues to Grow

A big "thank you" to community leaders and organizations uniting to support victims' rights and lear [...]
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Activists Assemble in Marietta to Join Marsy’s Law for Georgia Efforts

This past weekend in a Marietta cafe, Marsy’s Law for Georgia attracted a group of 20 activists to [...]
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