Commerce Secretary resigns

Associated Press
A television cameraman tapes the traffic crossing in the San Gabriel area of Los Angeles Monday, June 11, 2012, where the U.S. Commerce Department Secretary John Bryson suffered a traffic accident Saturday June 9. Officials on Monday said U.S. Commerce Secretary Bryson had suffered a seizure in connection with two Los Angeles-area traffic crashes that led to a felony hit-and-run citation. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)

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Commerce Secretary John Bryson, already on medical leave, formally resigned his post June 21. Bryson had stepped aside for medical reasons earlier in June after allegedly being involved in a pair of hit-and-run car crashes in southern California and suffering a seizure.

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