WASHINGTON -- President Clinton has picked Bruce Morrison, a former congressman from Connecticut, as chairman of the Federal Housing Finance Board.

If confirmed, Mr. Morrison, a Democrat who left the House four years ago in an unsuccessful bid to become governor of Connecticut, will fill the seat left vacant when Dan Evans resigned from the post in November 1993.

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