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@WaltWeberJr Yes, the governor would have to formally remove her, if the Senate gets a 2/3 majority for it.
@WaltWeberJr it's been added. The vote was 5-2. One D voted with the 4 Rs.
PA Senate cmte careful to note it's not recommending AG Kane's removal, just that there is enough evidence to move forward with hearing.
Within 15 days, Senate committee will propose resolution outlining how/when hearing to remove PA AG Kane will occur: senateaddress.pasen.gov/files/2015/11/…
Breaking: PA Senate cmte finds enough evidence to move forward with hearing to remove embattled AG Kathleen Kane: senateaddress.pasen.gov/files/2015/11/…
Breaking: GOP Rep. Garth Everett circulating memo saying he will seek resolution to examine whether PAHouse should impeach AG Kane.
@Eagle63 checking -- I believe it was Sen. Fontana.