WATCHING WASHINGTON BILL CLINTON'S TEAM TAKES SHAPE

With Patrick Crow Industry lobbyists fear President-elect Bill Clinton's choice of Carol Browner to head the Environmental Protection Agency could signal a return to hard-line regulation. Browner, 37, is secretary of Florida's department of environmental regulation, the third largest state environmental agency in the nation with 1,500 employees. She previously worked for Citizen Action, was on the staff of Sen. Lawton Chiles (D-Fla.), and then was legislative director for Sen. Albert

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