A top official with the Oklahoma Department of Health says he can no longer perform his job because the agency's leadership "is compromised."
The department's Chief Financial Officer, Michael Romero, announced his resignation Thursday .
Romero says the process for the agency's financial recovery is "tainted with multiple conflicts of interest."
Several agency officials have resigned or been fired over financial problems and budget shortfalls that officials say were caused by years of over-expenditures and fiscal mismanagement.
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