Watching Government - Who's Going? Who's Staying?

US Interior Sec. Gale A. Norton plans to stay. So does Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Mike O. Leavitt, primarily because he only recently arrived. But Energy Sec. Spencer Abraham won't be back. Neither will Commerce Sec. Donald L. Evans.A time-honored Washington sport began soon after the Nov. 2 election: guessing who's going and who's staying for the president's second term.Some members of president George W. Bush's cabinet already have given notice that they won't be back. Evans was one of the first, although his resignation was overshadowed the same day by that of the more controversial John D. Ashcroft as attorney general.Back to oil patchThe fir...

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