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State Sen. Miller Discusses Reasons for Stepping Down

December 24th, 2020 by WCBC Radio

Maryland State Senator Mike Miller, who was the longest-serving state Senate president in U.S. history, is stepping down from his Senate seat for health reasons. Miller made his intentions known via a letter sent Wednesday to Senate President Bill Ferguson. In October 2019, Miller stepped down from his post of Senate president due to health issues related to prostate cancer. In January 2019, on the second day of the legislative session, Miller said in 2019 that his battle with prostate cancer had spread to his bones and that he suffers from fatigue. At the time, he decided to step down as Senate president but keep his 27th District Senate seat. He already announced he would not seek re-election in 2022.  Now 78, it was Miller’s choice to step down from his Senate seat…