The voters have spoken. The ACLU needs to drop its Marsy’s Law challenge | Opinion

BY: - April 22, 2020

Pennsylvanians who approved this constitutional amendment last November should continue to make sure the voices of victims are heard.

Future of Marsy’s Law unclear, but voters will still be able to see how it performs on Election Day

BY: - November 3, 2019

A Commonwealth Court judge ruled this week that Pennsylvania’s top election official can’t tally or certify votes on Marsy’s Law, a proposed constitutional amendment that will go before voters on Nov. 5.  But that doesn’t mean that Pennsylvania’s 67 counties, which administer elections, can’t report unofficial results after the polls close. The Wednesday ruling by  […]


Sexual abuse against gay and bisexual men brings unique stigma and harm | Opinion

BY: - August 30, 2019

At least 1 in 6 boys are sexually abused before their 18th birthday. This number rises to 1 in 4 men across their lifespan. The rates of sexual abuse and assault are even higher in boys and men from sexual minority populations.

Billionaire backer of Marsy’s Law cuts deal on drug trafficking charges

BY: - July 31, 2019

Nicholas is the backer of the nationwide push for the victims’ rights measure Marsy’s Law, which seeks to change state laws to enshrine rights for crime victims.

How the Pa. General Assembly is trying to expand rights for crime victims

BY: and - April 14, 2019

The House and Senate have approved a dozen victim-centered bills over the last past week, including a few identical versions of the same bill passed by both chambers.

‘We will fight back:’ Crime victims rally for Marsy’s Law approval in Pennsylvania

BY: - April 8, 2019

Marsy's Law, part of a national initiative named for a woman murdered in California in 1983, has already passed in 11 states.