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Bush Administration's nomination of Timothy Muris as chairman delivered to Senate April 23; hearing has not been scheduled. Muris served as director of FTC's Bureau of Competition and Bureau of Consumer Protection under President Reagan. Molly Boast also named Bureau of Competition director April 20, having served as acting director since January and senior deputy director since July 1999 (1"The Tan Sheet" Jan. 8, p. 2). Boast, like other bureau chiefs, will depart when new chairman arrives

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