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Posted on: December 21, 2017

Pocatello City Council Pledges Support for Marsy’s Law


The Pocatello City Council has formally offered its support for Marsy’s Law in Idaho.

At Thursday’s City Council meeting, the council voted to adopt a resolution “affirming the City’s commitment supporting an amendment to the Idaho State Constitution to provide equal rights for crime victims.” The measure states “the City of Pocatello is dedicated to strengthening victims and survivors in the aftermath of crime” and the City “actively supports Marsy’s Law for Idaho as a way to strengthen the public health and safety in Pocatello.”

Marsy’s Law has been passed in Montana, Illinois, North Dakota, South Dakota, and California.

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