Glen E. Wegner was Deputy Assistant Secretary for Legislation (Health) in the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
His responsibilities involved fields relating to health and education legislation, including the National Fluoridation Proposal,
funding for medical schools, health planning, health care, consumer protection, and environmental health and manpower resources.
In 1971, Wegner accepted a position in the White House as Deputy to Counselor Robert Finch. In this capacity, he was responsible
for advising Finch on health matters, and he acted as the liaison between the White House and the Department of Health, Education,
and Welfare on health issues.
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