The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has scheduled a hearing for March, in Philadelphia, after Kane questioned the legality of special prosecutor Tom Carluccio’s appointment.
But one First Amendment expert doesn’t think it would be a very good idea.
And now, Kane’s spokesman is reacting with outrage.
Kathleen Kane, a Democrat, said she’s disappointed by the process used to investigate her office and says an independent review would find that she’s done nothing wrong.
Rep. Daryl Metcalfe (12th district) told WPHT morning host Chris Stigall about his plans to try and impeach Attorney General Kathleen Kane for not fulfilling her responsibilities.
The lawyer for Kathleen Kane was in Philadelphia Saturday addressing allegations that the Pennsylvania Attorney General illegally leaked secret grand jury information to a Philadelphia newspaper.
Rich discussed the latest news regarding the terrorist attacks in Paris, the ban on foie gras in California being lifted and Nevada Senator Harry Reid’s claim that he does 250 pushups a day. He also talked to Scott Shackford from Reason about President Obama’s proposal to make community college free for more students.
Rich talked about the aftermath of the terrorist attack in Paris and a grand jury saying Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane broke the law. He spoke with Dr. Mazz about a girl in Connecticut forced to undergo chemotherapy treatments and for FBI Agent John Guandolo about his new book, Raising a Jihadi Generation.
Davis stresses he is not confirming the Inquirer’s report and re-asserts that Kane has done nothing wrong or illegal.
State Attorney General Kathleen Kane has filed for divorce, saying her union is irretrievably broken.
Special counsel Rob Byers says he combed nearly 5,000 e-mails — any between a justice and the state attorney general’s office between 2008 and 2012.
Congressman Bob Brady (D-Pa.) says he’s been shaking his head over the sparring between Pennsylvania attorney general Kathleen Kane and Philadelphia DA Seth Williams.
State representatives Vanessa Lowery Brown and Ron Waters (both D-Phila.) are charged with taking cash from an undercover agent. Pennsylvania’s attorney general had previously declared the cases dead.
Today, they brought their complaints to the doorsteps of the Pennsylvania attorney general and the School Reform Commission.
The cities of Philadelphia, Lancaster, and Pittsburgh, along with several state legislators have challenged in Commonwealth Court the law that allows the National Rifle Association to sue any municipality that passes gun control measures stricter than state law.