It's called The Corey Adams Searchlight Act, named after a Milwaukee veteran who went missing earlier this year.
Despite Adams' family filing a missing person's report it took eight days before he was determined to meet critical missing criteria by Milwaukee police so now Adams' family and lawmakers are introducing Green Alerts.
"It will help families, they won't have to go through and suffer like we did," she said.
This would provide urgent search efforts just like Amber and Silver alerts.
"We really need to start making our veterans a priority I mean they fight for our freedom," Carmen said. "Those people should be found like in a matter of hours versus days like my brother was."
Carmen just doesn't want this to happen in Wisconsin, she would like this law to be national. Get this Corey was found within a mile from his parents’ house. The bill will be referred to Assembly and Senate committees next week.
State Sen. LaTonya Johnson has co-authored this bill. She gave us this statement saying:
"Our veterans have sacrificed so much, yet they don't always receive the support that they need to manage the challenges of service-related health conditions. This bill gives us the tools we need offer aid when a veteran goes missing."