In November, South Dakota voters will decide whether to add a crime victims' bill of rights to the state constitution. Advocates' and opponents' positions are starting to emerge.
The proponent, Marsy's Law for All, is launching what its director calls a six-figure radio campaign.
Opponents don't yet have an organized campaign, but they include the South Dakota State Bar and State's Attorneys Association.
SDPB's Victoria Wicks is researching Amendment S and the contentions of those aligned for and against it.