Marsy’s Law On The Ballot

As Kentuckians flock to the polls this November, one law on the ballot may look familiar. Marsy’s Law is an amendment that would give certain rights to victims, such as notifying them about the accused.63% of Kentucky voters were in favor of in 2018, but the Supreme Court overturned it ruling the wording on the ballot was too vague.The law has mixed reviews. The American Civil Liberties Union, also known as the ACLU, is against it. They say it uses inconsistent and confusing language that would be at odds with Kentuckians’ Constitutional rights.




Source: MG News


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