Politics & Government

May 23, 2011

As face of health care law, Sebelius soldiers on

A global flu pandemic loomed the very day in 2009 that Kathleen Sebelius took command of Washington's massive health care bureaucracy. A year later, she had to deal with the medical fallout from the worst oil spill in U.S. history. But her toughest challenge has been to shoulder the defense of the biggest expansion of America's health care system in half a century.

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