DALLAS -- Four months after being appointed, Texas Treasurer Martha Whitehead has announced she will work to abolish her $79,274-a-year job and her state agency if she wins election to the post in 1994.

"I will have as my number one priority the elimination of this agency as we know it, and I hope to oversee its downsizing and ultimate merger into the state comptroller's office," she said.

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