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OVERSIGHT – Lawyer Brian Miller, President Trump’s pick to serve as special inspector general for coronavirus relief, heads to the Senate Banking Committee this afternoon for his confirmation hearing, C. Ryan Barber reports. Miller, a White House lawyer, if confirmed will  oversee investigations into federal corporate loans as part of the $2 trillion coronavirus relief package. He is expected to face questions, including some from Sen. Elizabeth Warren, about his independence, given his role in working with the White House.

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