Press Releases


NAACP Milwaukee Chapter Endorses Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin

New endorsement from civil rights organization adds to growing coalition in support of crime victims’ rights Constitutional Amendment that will be on the ballot on April 7


Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin Denounces Baseless Attack on Victims’ Rights

Coalition of survivors and allies vows to continue effort towards 2020 vote on crime victims constitutional amendment


Bipartisan Victims’ Rights Legislation Passes State Senate, Assembly With Overwhelming Bipartisan Support

Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin clears final legislative hurdle, on to statewide ballot in April 2020


Bipartisan Victims’ Rights Legislation Scheduled for Final Passage

Assembly Joint Resolution 1/Senate Joint Resolution 2 placed on Wednesday’s Senate and Assembly Calendars 


Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin Holds National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Events

Grassroots coalition members celebrate momentum towards final legislative passage of bipartisan victim rights legislation during national observance of victims’ rights


Brown County Courthouse and Green Bay Bridges to Go Purple for Crime Victims

Brown County and City of Green Bay recognize National Crime Victims’ Rights Week with purple lights 


ICYMI: Jendusa-Nicolai Promotes Marsy’s Law on Recent Radio Interviews

Assault survivor and prominent victims’ rights advocate Teri Jendusa Nicolai promotes second consideration of bipartisan victims’ rights legislation during interviews with O’Donnell, Bader


Wisconsin Attorney General Kaul Announces Support for Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin

Attorney General joins in support of bipartisan legislation as grassroots coalition pushes for January legislative passage


MLWI Passes State Assembly Committee With Overwhelming Bipartisan Support

Second consideration of  bipartisan victims’ rights legislation clears legislative committees, available for scheduling before full Senate and Assembly


ICYMI: Ariel Ludlum, “Marsy's Law would give survivors like me equal rights”

Survivor of workplace sexual abuse pushes back on criticisms of bipartisan victims’ rights legislation, calls on legislators to make Marsy’s Law a priority before April election