U.S. Sen. Dave Durenberger said he agreed to a recommendation that his license to practice law be suspended indefinitely for using his condominium in claiming Senate travel expenses.

The action was proposed Wednesday by a lawyer's watchdog group in a petition to the state Supreme Court. The court has the final word on whether the license will be suspended.The Senate Ethics Committee found "substantial credible evidence" that Durenberger broke Senate rules as well as the law by evading honoraria limits through a book promotion deal and by concealing his ownership of a Minneapolis condominium so he could collect travel reimbursements for staying there.