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LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Kentuckians have voted to pass an amendment to the state constitution that will provide crime victims with specific constitutional rights.

However, they voted against a second amendment that would have lengthened the terms of district judges and commonwealth’s attorneys, respectively.

Each amendment needed to receive a majority of the vote to pass.

The first amendment, Marsy’s Law, passed with 63.3% of the vote