Long on Position, Short on Power

WILLIAM REILLY's unhappy too, and may jump ship. The Environmental Protection Agency director has been telling friends that he is tired of trying to do the right thing on clean air and other issues only to be stymied by more powerful Administration free-marketeers like John Sununu and Richard Darman. President Bush admires Reilly's grit. But Reilly complains that he is becoming the President's environmental poster child and may have to leave to preserve his integrity.


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