Pa. court throws out Marsy’s Law, ruled it had too many changes


HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — On Thursday, a state court threw out Marsy’s Law, a law designed to protect victim’s rights.

Voters had supported the Constitutional amendment by a large margin.

But a Commonwealth court found that it bundled too many changes together.

The state Constitution requires amendments to address a single subject only.

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