MEANWHILE, BACK IN THE LOBBY

"THE DEAL" GOES DOWN. INFLUENCE GETS PEDDLED. IS IT ANY WONDER LAWMAKERS ARE GETTING A LIFE---SOMEPLACE ELSE?

One obvious source of leadership during the coming upheaval could be the governor's office, but members note they are not sure Symington will be able to overcome the disarray in his own house and effectively steer the process.

Symington's recent appointment of Peter Hayes, an experienced utility lobbyist with legislative insight, as his third chief of staff may signal a more effective lobbying effort by the governor, some members say.

But they note that Chris Herstam, the previous chief of staff, was a former legislator himself and that Symington's programs still met with limited success.

Most of the diagnosis over here seems to be that [Symington] himself is the problem," says Eden.

DEAD MEAT AT MCDONALD'S SENIOR CITIZENS ... v6-17-92

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