HARRISBURG (AP) — A proposal to amend the PA Constitution to give some child sexual abuse victims a period in which to file otherwise outdated civil lawsuits is getting new life. On Thursday, days after the Wolf Administration disclosed it had failed to advertise it as required, a major backer of the proposal said he hoped to get it on the spring primary ballot through a rarely used emergency process allowed in the constitution. The administration disclosed Monday that the Department of State head Kathy Boockvar failed to advertise the amendment during the 2019-20 legislative session, when the amendment received the first of two rounds of approval in both chambers.