Marsy’s Law Ballot Question is ENJOINED – BUT You Still Need to Vote “NO”

Moments ago, the docket in League of Women Voters of Pennsylvania, et al. v Kathy Boockvar, the Acting Secretary of the Commonwealth, was updated with the following AND NOW, this 30th day of October, 2019, Petitioners' Application for Relief in the Form of a Preliminary Injunction Under Pa.R.A.P. 1532 is GRANTED. The Acting Secretary of … Continue reading Marsy’s Law Ballot Question is ENJOINED – BUT You Still Need to Vote “NO”

Why You Should Vote “NO” on the Proposed PA Constitutional Amendment – Marsy’s Law (HB 276) – in November

This November when you go to the polls or if you’ve requested an absentee ballot, you may see the following question: Shall the Pennsylvania Constitution be amended to grant certain rights to crime victims, including to be treated with fairness, respect and dignity; considering their safety in bail proceedings; timely notice and opportunity to take … Continue reading Why You Should Vote “NO” on the Proposed PA Constitutional Amendment – Marsy’s Law (HB 276) – in November

Hearings Held on SJ Resolution 19 to Limit First Amendment Rights

Hearings were held today by the Senate Judiciary Committee in relation to Senate Joint Resolution 19. Introduced last June, the Resolution proposes amending the Constitution to reverse recent First Amendment rulings by the United States Supreme Court, particularly the controversial Citizens United and McCutcheon cases. The proposed amendment would expressly authorize Congress “to regulate the … Continue reading Hearings Held on SJ Resolution 19 to Limit First Amendment Rights