Kap. II Art. 11:
"Other Government Employment. A member of the legislature may not serve in any
other Commonwealth government position including other elective office or an
independent board, agency, authority or commission established by this Constitution
or by Commonwealth law. A person, having been a member of the legislature, may
not serve in any elective or appointive Commonwealth Government position created
by statute during the term for which he or she was elected, for a period of one
year following the expiration of the term during which the position was created.
Kap. II Art. 14 lit. a:
Each house of the legislature shall be the final judge of the election and
qualifications of its members and the legislature may vest in the courts the
jurisdiction to determine contested elections of members. Each house may compel
the attendance of absent members, discipline its members and, by the affirmative
vote of three-fourths of its members, expel a member for commission of treason,
a felony, breach of the peace, or violation of the rules of that house."