ACLU Opposes Proposed Amendment to Pennsylvania Constitution on Nov. Ballot

ACLU Opposes Proposed Amendment to Pennsylvania Constitution on Nov. Ballot

A new proposed amendment to the Pennsylvania Constitution is on the November 5th General Election ballot. The amendment, which is commonly referred to as the Marsy’s Law Crime Rights Amendment, is being opposed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Read more about their opposition and why they filed a lawsuit to block it from appearing on the November ballot.

Read an overview and summary of those for and opposed on Ballotpedia,  Wikipedia, NPR, and the Philadelphia Inquirer.

A “yes” vote supports this measure to add specific rights of crime victims, together known as a Marsy’s Law, to the Pennsylvania Constitution. A “no” vote opposes this measure to add specific rights of crime victims, together known as a Marsy’s Law, to the Pennsylvania Constitution.

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