WATCHING GOVERNMENT ELEVATING EPA TO CABINET STATUS

With Patrick Crow from Washington D.C. Ten months ago, environmentalists' fervent desire to elevate the Environmental Protection Agency to cabinet level and rename it the Department of Environmental Protection seemed like a shoo-in. The new Clinton administration was firmly in favor of the idea with none of the reservations the Bush team had. But in its journey through Congress, the legislation has suffered a number of bumps, jolts, and delays. The Senate passed a bill last May, but leaders

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