TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) _ A critic of former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline says the ex-prosecutor has the right to renew his Kansas law license while a ruling from the Supreme Court on his conduct is pending.
Kline, who was once a national figure for investigating abortion providers, had allowed his Kansas law license to lapse for several years.
Kline said Wednesday in a telephone interview with The Associated Press that he completed the necessary requirements to retain an active license.
He is awaiting a ruling from the Supreme Court in a disciplinary case regarding his alleged misconduct in prosecuting abortion clinics while attorney general.
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