WASHINGTON -- State and local officials say Marcia L. Hale, the new head of the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs, will understand their financing and tax law concerns because she has spent much of her career working for county or state governments.

Hale, who took over the intergovernmental affairs position in August, had been the director of scheduling and advance work for President Bill Clinton since he took office in January.

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