President Clinton last week named George Frampton as acting chair of
the Council of Environmental Quality, which plays a key role in crafting
the Administration’s salmon recovery policies in the Columbia River Basin.
Frampton took office Nov. 7, replacing Kathleen McGinty, who served
as Clinton’s principal environmental policy advisor for nearly six years.
Clinton said he intends to nominate Frampton as chair of the CEQ "and
will submit nomination papers to the Senate at the …