WASHINGTON — The head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention resigned Wednesday following reports that she traded in tobacco stocks despite being the nation’s top public health official and heading an agency that has led U.S. anti-smoking initiatives for decades. Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald, whom President Donald Trump tapped in the summer to head the…
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