In the Scranton Times Today.
Attorney general-elect fields questions from students - News - The Times-Tribune
Kathleen Kane is used to answering tough questions.
The incoming attorney general smiled often Monday, as she fielded questions about gun laws, the Jerry Sandusky investigation and her regrets during her career. There were none of the latter, she noted.
"We shouldn't have assault rifles," she said. "That's not what the Second Amendment was meant to do."
During her tenure, she hopes to see laws enacted that require gun owners to report lost or stolen weapons to cut down on "straw purchases" where guns are bought legally and sold to people who cannot buy their own weapons. She believes placing limitations on assault weapons would also reduce school violence.