HHS nominee Sebelius amends tax returns
Wall Street Journal, April 1, 2009
Health and Human Services nominee Kathleen Sebelius amended three years' worth of tax returns to correct errors, paying back taxes and interest totaling just under $8,000. She is the fifth nominee to run into tax problems, though Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus said in a statement that the errors were "minor [and] unintentional" and expressed strong support for her confirmation.
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