The quick review of new health secretary Kathleen Sebelius

Ezra Klein gives the short whodat on Kathleen Sebelius, the Kansas governor who will be Obama's health and human services secretary.

Sebelius's tenure as insurance commissioner in Kansas seems to have been both successful and fairly quiet: She is not defined by the battles and struggles of that period. She was not at the center of any tremendously controversial initiatives. Rather, she seems to have been a politically skillful and administratively competent commissioner. In 2001, Governing magazine named her one of the top public officials in the country and gave a nice summary of her approach to the office. You can read it here.\

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