House panel seeks info from feds on Rep. Derrick Smith’s arrest
March 27, 2012 @ 12:11 PM
A House panel considering expelling Rep. Derrick Smith voted 6-0 to contact U. S. Attorney Patrick Fitzgerald about obtaining evidence in Smith’s bribery case.
State Panel To Review Charges Against Rep. Derrick Smith [
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