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The Kansas City Star reports that former Missouri State Board of Education President Stan Archie talked with other members of the Board before submitting his resignation Friday.
Archie, Kansas City minister, resigned after a second lawsuit, accusing him of sexual misconduct with a former church member, was filed this week.
The Star article says In his resignation letter to Nixon, Archie said that “while I had hoped to avoid such actions, the recent lawsuit filed against me and our church family has the potential to cause distraction from our endless efforts to allow Missouri’s educational system to be among the top in the nation.”
“Let me be clear, I categorically deny the allegations made against me and the church and believe that eventually the truth will come out and that both the church and I will be exonerated of all allegations. However, I do believe that it is best…
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