Currie Investigation Rolls On
On the eve of a legislative session likely to be dominated by budget issues considered by his committee, word comes that the feds haven't exactly backed off their investigation of Senate Budget and Tax Chairman Ulysses Currie.
Some of Currie's allies had hoped a lull in public indication of the probe might indicate authorities were no longer looking at Currie's ties to Shoppers Food and Pharmacy. Apparently not.
Witnesses continue to testify before a grand jury investigating Currie; one will appear next Wednesday, the very day the session convenes. Here is today's coverage.
January 8, 2009; 11:24 AM ET
Categories: General Assembly , Rosalind Helderman
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