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Nation IN BRIEF : WASHINGTON, D.C. : Clinton First Staff Resignation Revealed

August 08, 1993|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

The Clinton White House's first staff resignation was announced when aide Regina Montoya said she is returning to Texas, where her husband, Paul Coggins, has been appointed a U.S. attorney. As assistant to the President for intergovernmental affairs, Montoya was the White House liaison to governors, mayors and local government officials. Calling her departure a personal one, Clinton praised the lawyer although White House officials were reportedly unhappy with her performance. Clinton's director of scheduling and advance, Marcia Hale, will replace Montoya.

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