Pennsylvania Senate seeks to declare state constitution provides no right to an abortion
Voters could be asked as early as the spring to weigh in on five significant amendments to the Pennsylvania Constitution.
Wolf had said changes to the state’s voter ID rules were a nonstarter. But he shifted that position this week after vetoing the Republican-passed bill.
A divided Pennsylvania Senate is starting the process of amending the state constitution to require identification for voters each time they cast a ballot. The party-line vote on Wednesday starts the lengthy amendment process that usually takes years to complete.
Gov. Wolf is ready to discuss legislation to update the state’s election law, but opposes changes to the voter ID law.