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HHS Watchdog Slams Tom Price For Expensive Travel In New Report

Newsy Friday, 13 July 2018
HHS Watchdog Slams Tom Price For Expensive Travel In New ReportWatch VideoThe Department of Health and Human Services' inspector general says at least $341,000 in federal funds was wasted on travel for former secretary Tom Price. 

Price resigned last year after reports revealed he'd spent lots of taxpayer money on private and military flights for himself and, on occasion, his...
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The inspector general found nearly all of Price's trips as secretary did not comply with federal requirements.

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