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Agency watchdog slams ex-HHS chief Price on costly travel

Seattle Times Friday, 13 July 2018
WASHINGTON (AP) — The government wasted at least $341,000 on travel by ousted Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price, including booking charter flights without considering cheaper scheduled airlines, an agency watchdog said Friday. The HHS inspector general’s long-awaited report chastised the department for flouting federal travel rules, which require officials to book trips in […]
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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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