OKLAHOMA CITY – Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma and the Yes on State Question 794 campaign today launched a series of social media videos highlighting support from crime victims and advocates for SQ 794, a provision on the November 6 ballot. If passed, an enhanced set of crime victims’ rights would be added to the Oklahoma Constitution.
According the the U.S. Department of Education, a 2016 survey of more than 6,500 colleges and universities across the country showed that there were 37,389 reported criminal offenses on campuses. Crime is a major problem at our nation’s schools, and that is why in 2008 Congress unanimously approved the creation of National Campus Safety Awareness Month (NCSAM), which is celebrated every September.
State Director Kim Moyer Reflects on a recent ceremony held to commemorate the National Day of Remembrance for Murder Victims
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (September 27, 2018) – Marsy’s Law for Kentucky, an organization supporting equal rights for crime victims, launched a substantial statewide television advertising campaign today encouraging voters to support the lone constitutional amendment on Kentucky’s ballot this November. The campaign includes a series of ads educating Kentuckians on the need for Marsy’s Law.
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CONGRESSMAN ANDY BARR ENDORSES MARSY’S LAW FOR KENTUCKY
Barr encourages voters to support constitutional amendment for crime victims’ rights
Lexington, Ky. (May 15, 2018) – Marsy’s Law for Kentucky is proud to receive the endorsement of Congressman Andy Barr (KY-06) as the constitutional amendment heads to the voters in November. Congressman Barr joins hundreds of other individual and group endorsers to support Marsy’s Law, as it will protect victims of crime throughout the Commonwealth.