New York state’s Senate is considering a bill that would permit authorities to prosecute someone under state law even if the person had been pardoned by the president for violation of federal law.

New York state's Senate is considering a bill that would permit authorities to prosecute someone under state law even if the person had been pardoned by the president for violation of federal law.

New York state’s Senate is considering a bill that would permit authorities to prosecute someone under state law even if the person had been pardoned by the president for violation of federal law.

New York state’s Senate is considering a bill that would permit authorities to prosecute someone under state law even if the person had been pardoned by the president for violation of federal law.