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Few bumps to confirmation for new Medicare chief

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In a week in which President Barack Obama was forced to dance around three sticky political scandals involving the Internal Revenue Service, the Justice Department and the Department of State, the man in the White House likely was overjoyed there was no mud to be flung against his choice to head the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) – the agency responsible for implementing most provisions of his signature health care reform law – with Marilyn Tavenner handily winning the Senate's OK in a 91-7 vote on 15 May.

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