HARRISBURG (AP) – Gov. Tom Wolf is staying out of the appeal of a court decision last month that struck down a victims’ rights constitutional amendment. But a group of the proposal’s supporters is moving ahead without Gov. Wolf. The Democrat governor let a Monday deadline pass without filing an appeal of Commonwealth Court’s divided decision that the so-called Marsy’s Law state constitutional amendment bundled too many changes. The amendment received overwhelming support from PA voters in November 2019, but the results have never been certified. Wolf’s office says he supports “an amendment that better aligns with the Constitution’s procedural requirements.”