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Trump's 'Acting' Cabinet Grows With Acosta Departure

NPR Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
Trump's 'Acting' Cabinet Grows With Acosta DepartureThe Labor Department will be led by the third current acting cabinet secretary when Alex Acosta steps down on July 19. About a dozen major agencies are without permanent, Senate-confirmed leadership.
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