Miller says committee has decided on Currie case

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By Daniel Menefee
Dan@MarylandReporter.com

Senate President Mike Miller

Senate President Mike Miller told reporters Monday that the Joint Committee on Ethics has decided on action to take on Sen. Ulysses Currie, D- Prince George’s, who failed to report $250,000 in consulting income from Shoppers Food Warehouse.

Miller said he doesn’t know what the Ethics Committee decided, but the Senate will likely abide by its recommendations, which he expected to come to the Senate floor this week. The committee has been meeting behind closed doors.

Robert Lang has audio of the interview with Miller.

Currie was acquitted of federal bribery charges last year.