Indiana AG Not Out Of Trouble, Yet.

Indiana’s governor is endorsing a proposal that could force the state’s attorney general from office, if his law license is suspended over allegations that he drunkenly groped a state legislator and three other women. Gov. Holcomb says he’ll supports a bill endorsed by the Indiana House that would prohibit anyone whose law license has been suspended for at least 30 days from serving as attorney general. That comes as Curtis Hill awaits a decision from the state Supreme Court on whether he’ll face any punishment for the alleged professional misconduct. Hill is accused of grabbing. This is all in connection to a groping incident at a party. The Republican-dominated House voted 83-9 in favor of the attorney general removal provision. The bill is pending with the state Senate, which must approve it by next week’s end of the legislative session for it to become law.

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