WASHINGTON - President Clinton, after weeks of opposition, yesterday agreed to a compromise plan to include caps on entitlement spending in his $344 billion budget package, giving a boost to the bill as it heads for a House floor vote tomorrow.

"The President is positively inclined to some form of entitlement control," said Rep. Bill Richardson, D-N.M., the House's chief deputy majority whip, after a White House meeting with the President and 75 other House Democrats yesterday.

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