Session: 2021-2022

ACLU-PA Position: Opposes

SB 106 proposes five separate amendments to the Pennsylvania Constitution that would:

  1. Deny the right to abortion care and abortion funding in Pennsylvania, without exception.
  2. Allow the legislature to reject executive-level regulations by a simple majority.
  3. Change the process for determining the Lieutenant Governor from elected to party-selected.
  4. Require voters to present “valid identification” prior to voting, regardless of the voting method.
  5. Shift responsibility and oversight of election audits from counties to the Auditor General.

As a proposed constitutional amendment, SB 106 will need to pass both chambers again during the 2023-2024 legislative session. The earliest these amendments could be on the ballot would be the May 2023 primary election. 


Senator Dave Argall


Passed the General Assembly


2021 - 2022

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