Clinton: The Tobacco Deal

— N-P-R's Mara Liasson reports that President Clinton tentatively expressed approval of the tobacco deal, suggesting that Congress could modify the deal significantly before passing the legislation to implement it. He particularly expressed concern about ensuring the stregnth of the Food and Drug Adminstration's regulatory power.

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