The Pennsylvania Senate committee investigating Attorney General Kathleen Kane has recommended the full chamber wait to vote on her removal until the state Supreme Court rules on her petition to reinstate her suspended law license.

In its 21-page final report, the committee said Wednesday the Supreme Court’s action could moot the committee’s charge to investigate whether Kane can fulfill her job duties without a law license. A two-thirds vote in favor of Kane’s removal would send the issue to Gov. Tom Wolf, pursuant to Article VI, Section 7 of the Pennsylvania Constitution.

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