After an interregnum of more than a year, the Justice Department office that coordinates the attorney general’s legislative policies and runs interference on Capitol Hill is finally getting a new chief.
This week, President Bill Clinton will nominate House staffer Robert Raben to head the department’s Office of Legislative Affairs, according to White House and DOJ officials.
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