WASHINGTON -- The National Governors' Association yesterday endorsed the major roles and responsibilities that would be given to states under President Clinton's health reform plan, but questioned aspects of the plan that might expose the states to financial pressure.

"The governors support the state-federal partnership that is incorporated into President Clinton's plan," said Raymond Scheppach, the association's executive director, in testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee's health and the environment subcommittee.

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