With the appointment of Sen. Lisa Baker, R-Luzerne, as majority chairwoman of the Pennsylvania Senate Judiciary Committee, nonlawyers are now heading each of the legislative committees in the General Assembly tasked with addressing legal issues.

Baker was appointed to the leadership role Monday. The longtime public servant replaced retired Sen. Stewart Greenleaf, a former trial attorney, who had headed the committee for more than 30 years.

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