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The Senate has passed a bill expanding the rights of crime victims in Kentucky.
Marsy's Law for Kentucky is asking the court allow the question be placed on the 2020 ballot with the full text of the proposed amendment available to voters at each precinct.
On Thursday, the Kentucky Supreme Court upheld that decision, saying the language on the ballot was too vague and that the full text of the amendment should have been presented to voters.
Kentucky justices review 'Marsy's Law' ballot language
Kelsey Grammer is encouraging voters in Kentucky to support Marsy’s Law.
A Kentucky state senator has appealed a judge's ruling not to certify results of a constitutional referendum next month.
A judge has ordered election officials in Kentucky not to certify the results of an upcoming referendum on whether to change the state's constitution to guarantee the rights of crime victims.
A judge says he will rule in the next 10 days on whether the state's constitution can be changed with a vote on Marsy's Law.
An amendment that would add a victims' bill of rights to the state constitution has passed in the Kentucky Senate, and will now move to the Kentucky House.
Kentucky is one of only 14 states without constitutional rights for crime victims.
Kentucky Baptist Convention comes out in support of Marsy's Law, which aims to change Kentucky's constitution to give crime victims more of a voice in the judicial process and the right to be made aware of upcoming hearings or changes in their offenders' status.