HARRISBURG (AP) – The fate of a constitutional amendment for victims’ rights that PA voters approved overwhelmingly nearly two years ago is about to go before the state’s highest court. State Supreme Court justices will hear oral argument in Harrisburg today regarding whether the so-called Marsy’s Law amendment should have been split into more than just one ballot question. The court is considering whether to uphold a divided decision in January by Commonwealth Court. The lower court ruled the referendum ran afoul of a state Constitution provision that requires amendments to address a single subject only. The amendment has not gone into effect.