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Martinez to clean HUD house
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FEBRUARY 20, 2001

Mel Martinez says his first priority as Housing and Urban Development Secretary is to focus on cleaning up operations in Washington, DC.

Martinez plans on issuing a budget next week with no new programs other than those promoted by President George W. Bush in his campaign. Indian housing advocates are asking for $5 billion to address inadequate housing on reservations.

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HUD Looks to Its Own Housekeeping (The Washington Post 2/21)

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