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Constitution Revision Commission Approves Marsy’s Law for the 2018 General Election Ballot

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April 16, 2018

Jennifer Fennell, CoreMessage

(850) 597-0057, jennifer@coremessage.com

 

Constitution Revision Commission Approves  Marsy’s Law for the 2018 General Election Ballot

Amendment Would Create Crime Victims’ Bill of Rights for the Florida Constitution 

Supporters Highlight a Better Path for Crime Victims and Families

In Oklahoma, hundreds of volunteers and advocates are using National Crime Victims Rights’ Week (NCVRW) to highlight their support for November’s State Question 794. NCVRW isn’t just about events and activities, but it also highlights the determination of our supporters to provide a better path for crime victims and their families.

 

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Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin Announces “Stand With Crime Victims” Pledge

 

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April 12, 2018

Contact: Myranda Tanck

mt@platform-communications.com

Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin Announces “Stand With Crime Victims” Pledge

Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin supporters announce pledge for 2018 legislative candidates during National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

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Local Landmarks Go Purple For National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

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Local Landmarks Go Purple For National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

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Governor Otter Proclaims April 8-14 as National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, Honors Victims, Advocates and Supporters

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April 9, 2018

Media Contact: Todd Dvorak, Strategies 360

(208) 340-6265, toddd@strategies360.com

 

 

Governor Otter Proclaims April 8-14 as National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, Honors Victims, Advocates and Supporters

 

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Gov. Kim Reynolds Signs National Crime Victims' Rights Week Proclamation

Gov. Kim Reynolds recently signed a proclamation declaring April 8 – 14 as National Crime Victims’ Rights Week in Iowa. We commend the governor’s action and thank her for her leadership on these issues.