The Texas House on Friday addressed the scandal at the state’s cancer agency with a long list of reforms, including a provision that would allow state leaders to appoint a new board.
The oversight committee for the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas has blamed agency mismanagement on its executive leadership, which has resigned, and none of the committee members has been accused of criminal wrongdoing.
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