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Pena, Tyson Resign Administration Posts

Nation IN BRIEF : WASHINGTON, D.C.

November 13, 1996|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

Transportation Secretary Federico Pena said he formally submitted his resignation to President Clinton, and White House economic advisor Laura D'Andrea Tyson is leaving to teach at UC Berkeley. In a written statement, Pena officially confirmed what had been reported for the past week--that he had decided not to stay on in the administration. Tyson's spokesman, Christopher Dorval, said that she was leaving for family reasons. She will return to the campus in January.

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