By Ramsey Cox
“I hope she comes prepared to answer questions,” Grassley said on the Senate floor Monday. “This is an opportunity for her to show us that she’s worthy of confirmation.”
Grassley said that Travenner would need to answer questions on the political intelligence trading matter “because in this town if heads don’t roll nothing changes.”
Grassley, who serves on the Senate Finance Committee, said that CMS controls more than $700 billion of annual government spending, meaning its policy decisions have a large effect on U.S. markets.