House Judiciary Committee to resume it's impeachment proceedingsMatt Boster
Posted by: Matt Boster
Date: Jan 10 2017 7:46 AM
MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Rep. Paul Beckman, R-Prattville, will push for the House Judiciary Committee to resume it's impeachment proceedings.
The committee suspended investigating articles of impeachment targeting Gov. Robert Bentley after a request from Attorney General Luther Strange because Strange was doing "related work."
However, in more than two months there hasn't been a public update on what the related work may be.
“Out of sight out of mind, and we don’t want that,” Beckman said.
Beckman isn't the only one pushing for the judiciary committee to resume its work.
Rep. Allen Farley also said he would support Beckman's proposal. Both lawmakers are members of the House Judiciary Committee.
Since the attorney general's Nov. 3 letter things have changed, leading to Beckman and Farley using for impeachment proceedings to resume.