Volunteers are the reason Marsy’s Law for Oklahoma enjoys such widespread support across the state. Fighting for victims’ rights and passage of State Question 794 can only be possible with the involvement of our many supporters, and we’d like to take a moment to highlight one of our most active volunteers, Cleveland County chair, James Harrison.
James also volunteers for the Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. He is called to service, and we are extremely grateful for his support. Please take a moment to read his letter.
Across the nation, the second week of April 2018 was designated Crime Victims’ Rights Week. Citizens, friends and family members who have suffered from crime – often violent and always against their will – were recognized throughout the week with the color purple.
Marsy’s Law for Georgia celebrated National Crime Victims’ Rights Week with victim advocate appreciation lunches across the state and by getting the iconic King and Queen buildings at the Perimeter of Atlanta to light their crowns purple.
The following was written by Marsy's Law for Iowa supporter, Linda Chapman from Dubuque. Linda has been vital to our efforts in Iowa and her story illustrates why we need a constitutional amendment to protect victims and their families.
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