LANHAM, Md. — Correspondence regarding the transfer of a liquor license from one store to another, as well as correspondence regarding intersection improvements at the site of another store, were among items seized by federal investigators at Shoppers Food & Pharmacy’s headquarters here as part of an investigation into Sen. Ulysses Currie, a Maryland state legislator who also served as a consultant for Shoppers, according to an evidence recovery log released this week by federal ...

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