The Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin team had an exciting week in the northern part of the state at the Northern Wisconsin State Fair. We had the chance to talk to fair attendees about the importance of Marsy’s Law and what it means for the state of Wisconsin.
Today through July 14, Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin will be at the Northern Wisconsin State Fair in Chippewa Falls, talking to voters about our amendment to Wisconsin’s constitution to ensure equal rights for Wisconsin’s crime victims.
My name is Jack and I am a new summer intern at Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin! I am currently attending the University of Wisconsin-Madison pursuing a major in Neurobiology with a Certificate in Criminal Justice and Leadership. I will be entering my senior year in September and intend on applying to law school following undergrad.
Now that Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin successfully cleared the legislative process, Wisconsin residents will have the chance to vote on the initiative next April. Our team will be working to ensure Wisconsin voters understand how important it is to stand up for crime victim’s rights.
After the successful passage of Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin through the legislature (twice!), we’re looking forward to the next steps in making Marsy’s Law a reality for Wisconsin crime victims. In order to be added to the Wisconsin State Constitution, Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin will need to pass a statewide referendum next April.
My name is Hannah and I am an intern at Marsy’s Law for the summer. I am an upcoming Junior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison studying Legal Studies and Sociology, with a certificate in Criminal Justice. After graduation, I am interested in attending Law School.
It's been an exciting couple weeks for Wisconsin crime victims! Last week, Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin came one step closer to becoming a reality for the Badger State.
April was a very busy month for the Marsy's Law for Wisconsin team! We were thrilled to take part in the statewide recognition of National Crime Victims' Rights Week with a big slate of events, including a press conference to promote the importance of equal rights for crime victims, a Survivors and Allies Lunch at the State Capitol, a Crime Victims' Rights Week Ceremony with the Wisconsin Department of Justice, and more!