Exodus of Clinton staff begins in DC

WASHINGTON, DC: The exodus of top Clinton administration politicos to DC agencies began in earnest last week, with Bruce Morrison, chairman of the Federal Housing Finance Board, jumping to GPC/O’Neill as vice chairman.

WASHINGTON, DC: The exodus of top Clinton administration politicos to DC agencies began in earnest last week, with Bruce Morrison, chairman of the Federal Housing Finance Board, jumping to GPC/O’Neill as vice chairman.

WASHINGTON, DC: The exodus of top Clinton administration politicos

to DC agencies began in earnest last week, with Bruce Morrison, chairman

of the Federal Housing Finance Board, jumping to GPC/O’Neill as vice

chairman.



Appointed to his post by President Clinton in 1995, Morrison is credited

with implementing a series of changes that made the Federal Home Loan

Banks more competitive with private-sector institutions.



Prior to his appointment, Morrison was a partner in the CT law firm of

Morrison & Swaine and served two terms (1983-1991) as a congressional

representative from Connecticut. Morrison also sat on Congress’ Ad Hoc

Committee on Irish Affairs and played a key role in engineering Irish

Republican Army cease-fires in 1994 and 1997.



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