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Trump Official Who OK’d Drugs From Canada Chairs Company Behind Florida’s Import Plan

Alex Azar, the former Health and Human Services secretary under President Trump, has been implicated in a potential conflict of interest. Azar approved Florida’s plan to import drugs from Canada, and now chairs a company, LifeScience Logistics, that is being paid by Florida to manage its importation program. This move has raised concerns about a revolving door between government and private-sector roles in the US.

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