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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Rainbow Flag
Former state Sen. Gilbert Baker has returned to the University of Central Arkansas campus as a faculty member in the Department of Music.
Former state Sen. Gilbert Baker has quit his job at the University of Central Arkansas, the college said in a statement Wednesday.
In a statement to the Log Cabin Democrat, (http://bit.ly/1eo6YUB ) Baker said he stepped down from his administrative position because of recent news articles that detailed his connections to officers of political action committees tied to Circuit Judge Mike Maggio, who is currently under investigation by the Arkansas Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission.
"President Courtway, the board, faculty, staff and students are doing tremendous work and I did not want to be a distraction," Baker said. "I appreciate the university allowing me to return to the faculty, where I had served for over 20 years, and I look forward to working with the leadership of the Music Department and the College of Fine Arts and Communication in the days and weeks to come."