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Guthrie County Board of Supervisors Passes Marsy’s Law for Iowa Resolution

GUTHRIE CENTER, Iowa (April 9, 2019) —On Tuesday, the Guthrie County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously on a resolution supporting Marsy’s Law for Iowa, an effort to strengthen victims’ rights in Iowa’s Constitution.


GO PURPLE for Crime Victims’ Rights Week in Nevada

A total of 94,751 cases of “Index Crimes” including murder, rape, robbery, serious property crimes, and more, were investigated across Nevada according to the FBI Uniform Crime Report of 2017.


Marsy’s Law for Wisconsin Holds National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Events

Grassroots coalition members celebrate momentum towards final legislative passage of bipartisan victim rights legislation during national observance of victims’ rights


Governor Little Recognizes National Crime Victims’ Rights Week


April 8, 2019

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Marsy’s Law approved by House of Representatives

Constitutional amendment, which would provide equal enforceable rights for crime victims, passes in second legislative session during National Crime Victims’ Rights Week


North Carolina's Dedication to Crime Victims' Rights Continues

This week, the nation will recognize National Crime Victims' Rights Week (NCVRW) April 7-13, but North Carolina's voters made their support for crime victims clear last November by voting for the Marsy's Law victims' rights amendment. More than 60 percent of statewide voters agreed that North Carolina's victims of crime deserve stronger constitutional rights.