Madison – February 16, 2023 – The Wisconsin Coalition Against Sexual Assault (WCASA) applauds Governor Evers for making a significant investment in sexual assault victim services and prevention. The 2023-25 -->
Action Alert: Tell Your Legislator to Include an Advisory Referendum on the Issue of Repealing the Abortion Ban!
Action Alert: Contact Your Legislators Today! January 24, 2023 — On January 23, legislation was introduced that would place an advisory referendum on the ballot during the spring election on… Read more »
WCASA releases Reproductive Health Position Statement
We are pleased to share our Reproductive Health Position Statement today. Click on the following link to access the full statement, which includes talking points, data, and action steps you… Read more »
Child sexual abuse: 4 ways to prevent it and warning signs of grooming
WCASA Statement on Overturning of Roe
We strongly condemn the five members of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) who voted to overturn Roe when issuing their opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson. While we… Read more »
Action Alert: Tell Your Legislator to Repeal the WI Abortion Ban!
June 8, 2022 — Today, Governor Evers called a Special Session of the legislature requesting they take up the Abortion Rights Preservation Act, which would repeal Wisconsin’s 173-year-old criminal abortion… Read more »
Updates made to Violence Against Women Act
Action Alert: Tell Senators Baldwin and Johnson to Co-Sponsor and Vote in Favor of S. 3623
March 2, 2022 Today, we’re joining The National Task Force to End Sexual and Domestic Violence (NTF) and the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence (NAESV) in releasing this letter… Read more »
Action Alert: Tell Your Legislator to Vote No on AB 413/SB 409 and AB 414/SB 410!
February 21, 2022 — Tomorrow, the Legislature will take up AB 413/SB 409 and AB 414/SB 410 on the floor. These harmful bills will prohibit race or sex stereotyping in… Read more »
Action Alert: Tell Your Representative Vote Yes on AB 58!
February 1, 2022 — Tomorrow, the Assembly Committee on Housing and Real Estate will take a vote on AB 58. This legislation provides survivors with an additional mechanism to terminate… Read more »