HARRISBURG — A Pennsylvania state representative wants a House vote on a resolution seeking a federal review of the attorney general's investigation into Jerry Sandusky.
Rep. Brandon Neuman, a Washington County Democrat, said Wednesday he would use a parliamentary maneuver known as a discharge resolution to get a vote on the proposal first introduced in December.
He says people should be told why it took years to produce charges against the former Penn State assistant football coach, and he wants the U.S. attorney's office will look into it.
A spokesman for Attorney General Linda Kelly says there was a need to conduct a thorough investigation, and the 45-count guilty verdict was the result.
Sandusky is awaiting sentencing after his conviction on Friday of all but three of the 48 counts he faced.