April 18-24 is National Crime Victims' Rights Week! This year's celebration of victims' rights is particularly special here in Wisconsin, where our state is celebrating the one-year anniversary of the passage of Marsy's Law for Wisconsin with an overwhelming 75% of the vote.
Holds virtual press conference highlighting examples of Marsy’s Law at work in Wisconsin
On April 7, 2020, the residents of Wisconsin overwhelmingly approved the state's new crime victims' constitutional amendment, providing strong, enforceable rights for victims of crime. An incredible 75 percent of Wisconsin voters and all 72 of Wisconsin counties voted yes on Marsy’s Law. Now, we're celebrating the real positive impact that Wisconsin has already seen after one year of Marsy's Law in action.