Victims rights activist Denise Rotheimer, left, and freshman State Rep. Anne Stava-Murray (D-Naperville) tell reporters in March that their victims rights bill was being blocked by Democratic leaders. [Hannah Meisel/The Daily Line]

Seven weeks after victims rights activist Denise Rotheimer and freshman State Rep. Anne Stava-Murray (D-Naperville) complained that their “victims’ bill of rights” had been blocked by House Democratic leadership, the pair said Wednesday that it will part of  a larger ethics package.

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