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What They’re Saying: Marsy’s Law For Wisconsin Will Make A Difference For Victims

 

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November 30, 2017

Contact: Myranda Tanck

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What They’re Saying: Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin Will Make a Difference for Victims

Supporters express gratitude for recent victories in Wisconsin State Senate, Assembly

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Marsy’s Law For Wisconsin Bipartisan Legislation Passes in State Assembly

 

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November 9, 2017

Contact: Myranda Tanck

608-239-2743

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Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin Bipartisan Legislation Passes in State Assembly

Senate Joint Resolution 53 clears first consideration with overwhelming support from state lawmakers of both parties  

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Marsy’s Law For Wisconsin Bipartisan Legislation Passes in State Senate

 

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November 7, 2017

Contact: Myranda Tanck

608-239-2743

mt@platform-communications.com

Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin Bipartisan Legislation Passes in State Senate

Senate Joint Resolution 53 advances, will be before the Assembly Thursday

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ICYMI: Attorney General Brad Schimel on The Jerry Bader Show: Crime Victims Have “No Choice” When They Are Thrown Into System

 

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September 19, 2017

Contact: Brian Reisinger

715-579-9679

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ICYMI: Attorney General Brad Schimel on the Jerry Bader Show: Crime Victims Have “No Choice” When They Are Thrown Into System

Says Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin is the right way to give victims equal rights in Wisconsin, by amending the state Constitution

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Crime Victims’ Constitutional Amendment Passes Key State Senate Committee

 

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September 19, 2017

Contact: Brian Reisinger

715-579-9679

br@platform-communications.com

Crime Victims’ Constitutional Amendment Passes Key State Senate Committee

State lawmakers on Judiciary and Public Safety Committee approve Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin, advance initiative to ensure equal rights for crime victims

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Crime Victims’ Constitutional Amendment Passes State Assembly Committee With Overwhelming Bipartisan Support

 

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September 7, 2017

Contact: Brian Reisinger

715-579-9679

breisinger@hilltopstrategiesllc.com

Crime Victims’ Constitutional Amendment Passes State Assembly Committee with Overwhelming Bipartisan Support

On vote of 11 to 1, state lawmakers in key committee approve Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin, advance initiative to ensure equal rights for crime victims