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appear to have had in effect overseen work that is performed. george w. bush had an ethics lawyer named richard paynter. and he said yesterday this arrangement clearly should not happen since it is definitely improper. he said you were on both sides of the deal managing by vendors to the same programs. he said that was a conflict of interest. i want to hear you respond to his assertion. we know more about your work for companies and business with the state and one of the questions will be if you are the cms administrator would you recuse yourself from decisions that affect the company or her clients. i look forward to your testimony with the two indiana senators, very proud, thank you, mister chairman. >> pleased to hand over my normal witness introduction duties today to a pair of distinguished colleagues that no senators from the hoosier state -- a statement and testament to her work to her as a person. i asked the senior senator from indiana, mister donnelly, start the introduction to senator young. go ahead and proceed. >> ranking member wyden, chairman hatch, members of the c
the firms performed. now, george w. bush had an ethics lawyer, rachede paynor -- richard paynor. wasn't exactly a liberal guy. he said this arrangement, i'll quote him, clearly should not happen and is definitely improper. in effect said you are on both sides of the deal helping manage state health programs while being paid by vendors to the same programs. he said that was a conflict of interest. i want to hear you respond to his assertions. so we're going to want to know more about your work that did business with the state and one of the questions will be if you're the c.m.s. administrator if you're confirmed, would you recuse yourself from decisions that affect the companies that work with the clients. i look forward to your testimony and hearing from the two senators. you're running with the right crowd. senator hatch: i want to yield to a pair of our distinguished colleagues. the hoosier from state will introduce ms. verma to statement and testament her work and as a person. i ask that senator donnelly start the introduction and then turn it over to senator young. senator d
effect overseeing work that the firms performed. now, george w. bush had an ethics lawyer, a fellow named richard painter, wasn't exactly a liberal guy, and he said yesterday that this arrangement, and i will quote him, clearly should not happen and is definitely improper. he in effect said you on both sides of the deal, helping manage states health programs while being paid by vendors to the same programs. he said that was a conflict of interest. i want to hear you respond to his assertion. we are going to want to know more about your work for companies that do business with the state and one of the questions will be if you are the cms administrator, if you're confirmed what you recuse yourself from decisions that affect the companies who were your client we will look forward to your testimony with the two indiana senator. yorunning with the right crowd, and thank you, mr. chair. >> thank you, senator. i'm please to head over my normal witness introduction to a pair of our distinguished colleagues that both senators from the hoosier state will introduce ms. verma and a testament to
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