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Regents to hold special meeting on UA Healthcare

The Arizona Board of Regents will hold a special meeting Friday to rescind steps it recently took to reorganize the leadership and board of directors of UA Healthcare.

The regents’ actions last week promoted a state senate move Wednesday to take control of the UA Healthcare board away from the regents.

The Arizona Daily Star says UA Healthcare interim CEO Kevin Burns resigned Wednesday, apparently over disagreement with the regents.

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