LANHAM, Md. — The state senator under federal investigation for his involvement with Shoppers Food Warehouse intervened on behalf of the retailer when it sought public financing and other concessions to build a store in West Baltimore, the Baltimore Sun newspaper reported last week. As previously reported, Sen. Ulysses Currie of Maryland allegedly did not properly disclose his employment with Shoppers, which had hired the senator as a consultant. The report last week said the redevelopment ...
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