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Pr. George's Next County Exec. Discusses Investigation, Transition

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A new county executive will be sworn in this morning in Prince George's County, Md. Rushern Baker will take office at a time of uncertainty for the county. A federal investigation has led to numerous arrests -- including several police officers as well as Baker's predecessor, Jack Johnson, and his wife, County Councilmember-elect Leslie Johnson. Prosecutors have indicated that more arrests may be on the way.

WAMU's Maryland reporter, Matt Bush, sat down with Baker to find out his reaction to the arrests and how they have affected his transition.

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