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Corr Would Be Recused From Tobacco Issues As HHS Deputy Secretary

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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William Corr would recuse himself from tobacco issues in observance of the Obama administration's ethics guidelines if he is confirmed as Department of Health and Human Services deputy secretary

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