Senate confirms David Satcher as surgeon general

February 1998
Human Events;02/27/98, Vol. 54 Issue 8, p26
Discusses the confirmation of US President Bill Clinton's nomination of Dr. David Satcher of Tennessee, to be the United States surgeon general and assistant secretary for health on February 10, 1998. Ethical concerns raised to filibuster Satcher's nomination; Objection against Satcher's nomination; Number of Republicans supporting his confirmation.


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