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Jacobson, Louis
April 1997
National Journal;4/05/97, Vol. 29 Issue 14, p674
Reports that US President Bill Clinton intends to name Kenneth Apfel as US Social Security Administration commissioner, while John M. Eisenberg is the new administrator of the Health and Human Services Department's Agency for Health Care Policy and Research.


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