WATCHING WASHINGTON DAVID VS. THE ADMINISTRATION

With Patrick Crow David Boren has become the most visible U.S. senator to oppose the Clinton administration's proposed BTU tax. The mild mannered Oklahoma Democrat entered the fray reluctantly, trapped between his role on the tax writing finance committee and welling antitax sentiment in Oklahoma. Democrats need Boren's vote to hold their 11-9 majority on the committee and pass the president's economic package containing the BTU tax. Committee members John Breaux (D-La.) and Kent

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