WATCHING WASHINGTON THE WHITE HOUSE IN TRANSITION

With Patrick Crow When a political party wins the White House, the period between election day and inauguration day becomes an interregnum, a period of suspended government. The current hiatus is a golden time for environmental groups. Many of the Bush administration's pending rules they dislike are being shelved, and environmental groups are drafting proposals for a "greener" Clinton administration. So far, the Bush team has dropped its effort to relax rules protecting the nation's

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