The state senator from Prince George's County was acquitted in a federal corruption case this year, but his conduct still demands a response from the legislature. Senator Currie was paid a quarter million dollars over five years to advocate on behalf of a grocery store chain, but he did so without disclosing the arrangement to anyone. He used his public office to advance his private interests, and the state Senate should make clear that such conduct is unacceptable. He should be expelled from the legislature.
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