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ICYMI: Local Crime Survivor: “I’m Living Proof of Why We Need To Fight For These Rights”

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August 24, 2017

Contact: Brian Reisinger

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ICYMI: Local Crime Survivor: “I’m Living Proof of Why We Need to Fight for These Rights”

In Beloit Daily News op-ed, Magdalena Kozikowska shares her story and joins the fight to pass Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin

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ICYMI: Childhood Sexual Assault Survivor & Marsy’s Law For Wisconsin Supporter “He Told Me That If I Told Anyone He Would Kill Me”

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July 27, 2017

Contact: Brian Reisinger

715-579-9679

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ICYMI: Childhood Sexual Assault Survivor & Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin Supporter “He Told Me That If I Told Anyone He Would Kill Me”

Keaira Stine shares her story of childhood abuse, dedication to the fight for equal rights for crime victims

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ICYMI: Survivors Help Make Case For Marsy’s Law For Wisconsin In State Capitol

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June 19, 2017

Contact: Brian Reisinger

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ICYMI: Survivors Help Make Case for Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin in State Capitol

Join lawmakers, Attorney General, and supporters in the fight for equal rights for Wisconsin crime victims

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Marsy’s Law For Wisconsin Announces Support Of Every Statewide Law Enforcement Organization, Part Of Growing Coalition

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June 15, 2017

Contact: Brian Reisinger

715-579-9679

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Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin Announces Support of Every Statewide Law Enforcement Organization, Part of Growing Coalition

Fraternal Order of Police, DAs, others join victims’ rights groups rallying for Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin

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Survivors Of Brutal Crimes Testify At Wisconsin State Capitol In Favor Of Constitutional Amendment

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June 15, 2017

Contact: Brian Reisinger

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Survivors of Brutal Crimes Testify at Wisconsin State Capitol in Favor of Constitutional Amendment

Join lawmakers, Attorney General, and supporters in the fight for equal rights for Wisconsin crime victims

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ICYMI: Racine Journal Times Highlights Marsy’s Law For Wisconsin’s Upcoming Legislative Hearing On Thursday

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June 14, 2017

Contact: Brian Reisinger

715-579-9679

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ICYMI: Racine Journal Times Highlights Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin’s Upcoming Legislative Hearing on Thursday

Racine-area lawmaker, survivors of crime, and law enforcement among those spearheading effort to ensure equal rights for crime victims by updating state Constitution 

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Wisconsin District Attorneys Association Endorses Marsy’s Law For Wisconsin’s Bipartisan Legislation To Ensure Equal Rights For Crime Victims

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June 13, 2017

Contact: Brian Reisinger

715-579-9679

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Wisconsin District Attorneys Association Endorses Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin’s Bipartisan Legislation to Ensure Equal Rights for Crime Victims

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State Legislators To Hold Hearing On Marsy’s Law For Wisconsin’s Bipartisan Legislation To Ensure Equal Rights For Crime Victims

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June 8, 2017

Contact: Brian Reisinger

715-579-9679

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State Legislators to Hold Hearing on Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin’s Bipartisan Legislation to Ensure Equal Rights for Crime Victims

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ICYMI: Domestic Abuse Survivor Teri Jendusa-Nicolai: “Victims Of Crime Deserve Equal Rights”

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June 2, 2017

Contact: Brian Reisinger

715-579-9679

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ICYMI: Domestic Abuse Survivor Teri Jendusa-Nicolai: “Victims of Crime Deserve Equal Rights”

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Poll: Nearly 80 Percent Of Wisconsinites Support Amending State Constitution To Ensure Equal Rights For Crime Victims

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May 31, 2017

Contact: Brian Reisinger

715-579-9679

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Poll: Nearly 80 Percent of Wisconsinites Support Amending State Constitution to Ensure Equal Rights for Crime Victims

Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin releases survey from May showing even stronger support for right to speak under bipartisan legislation