Pennsylvania senators planned a Wednesday vote on whether to remove Attorney General Kathleen Kane on grounds that her suspended law license has rendered it impossible for her to do the job.
A resolution introduced Tuesday by the Senate's top-ranking Republican, President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati, asserts that "reasonable cause exists" to vote Kane out of the office she's held for more than three years.
Kane, a Democrat, was charged by prosecutors in the Philadelphia suburbs in August with leaking secret grand jury material to a reporter and lying about it, allegations she hotly denies and is fighting. Trial is scheduled for Aug. 8.
It's not clear how the...