CCADV gives survivors of domestic violence a voice, from the state Capitol to Capitol Hill.
Public Policy Update (April 20)
Update on SB 15-129 (March 30)
Public Policy Update (March 2015)
Action Alert on HB 15-1263 (March 16, 2015)
Public Policy Update (February 2015)
In addition to working on these priority bills, CCADV works on dozens of other bills that directly or indirectly affect survivors of domestic violence and their children, as well as the domestic violence shelters and programs that assist them. These bills involved a variety of issues that touch every aspect of the lives of domestic violence survivors and their children, including rights of crime victims, human trafficking, firearms, access to justice in the civil legal system, offender payment of victim restitution and surcharges that support victim services, criminal justice system charges and process, immigration, and children and youth, for example. Our policy advocacy efforts are geared towards ensuring safety and justice for domestic violence survivors and enhanced accountability for offenders.
For more information about our 2015 policy work, email lwaligorski(at)ccadv.org or sign up to receive action alerts and the most current information on CCADV’s policy efforts, or for information about joining CCADV’s Public Policy Committee.