Leavitt Tapped for Health Post President Bush announces Michael Leavitt as his choice for secretary of Health and Human Services, replacing Tommy Thompson. Leavitt, a former governor of Utah, is now administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency and was not among the expected choices. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.
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Bush Taps Leavitt for Health and Human Services Post

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Bush Taps Leavitt for Health and Human Services Post

Bush Taps Leavitt for Health and Human Services Post

Bush Taps Leavitt for Health and Human Services Post

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President Bush announces Michael Leavitt as his choice for secretary of Health and Human Services, replacing Tommy Thompson. Leavitt, a former governor of Utah, is now administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency and was not among the expected choices. NPR's Don Gonyea reports.