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ASPE returns to Louisiana

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HHS Deputy Assistant Secretary for Planning & Evaluation William Raub will be acting assistant secretary during search for a replacement for Bobby Jindal. The former executive director of the bipartisan Medicare commission has decided to return to Louisiana where he is contemplating a run for governor. Jindal is the second HHS assistant secretary to leave this year, following Assistant Secretary for Health Eve Slater (1"The Pink Sheet" Feb. 10, p. 10). Jindal was one of the key advisors on Medicare prescription drug proposals in the Administration; the White House has backed away from providing a detailed legislative proposal for 2003...

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