According to Charles Thompson of the Patriot-News, the State House will continue to consider the impeachment of Kathleen Kane.
Nevertheless, State Rep. Todd Stephens, the leader of the House’s investigation of the former Attorney General, doesn’t want to end the probe.
“Convictions can be overturned, pardons can be granted, all kinds of things happen,” the Inquirer’s Angela Couloumbis and Craig McCoy report Stephens as saying. “Impeachment is the only mechanism today that can ensure that Kathleen Kane never serves elected office again.”
Apparently Stephens is seeking to make sure that Kane can never hold a public office in PA again. Somehow it’s tough to imagine there is any danger of that actually occurring.