FDA Commissioner Announcement Complicated By Daschle, Peanut Butter
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The withdrawal of Tom Daschle's nomination as Health and Human Services secretary may pose a hurdle to the Obama administration's impetus to name an FDA commissioner, but does not change the two names on the shortlist
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