Senators call for HHS IG nomination
Sen. Finance Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Ranking Member Max Baucus (D-Mont.) urge White House to nominate candidate for HHS Inspector General in Oct. 29 letter. "We would hope that a nomination could be offered in the very near future so that the Senate could act to confirm a nominee immediately or, if necessary, very shortly upon its return in January," the letter states. Since former HHS IG Janet Rehnquist's resignation earlier this year, Dara Corrigan has served as principal deputy IG...
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