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Baker gives up job as UCA executive

Shutting down PACs, says lawyer; dates on donation reports amended

Posted: April 3, 2014 at 5:15 a.m.

Former state Sen. Gilbert Baker resigned Wednesday from his executive job at the University of Central Arkansas.

Former state Sen. Gilbert Baker resigned Wednesday from his executive job at the University of Central Arkansas.

Former state Sen. Gilbert Baker resigned Wednesday from his executive job at the University of Central Arkansas shortly after an article detailed his connections to some of the officers whose names appeared on political action committees tied to two state investigations of Circuit Judge Michael Maggio.

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