PRESIDENT CLINTON last week signed a law that restores food-stamp eligibility to some 250,000 immigrants who lost benefits under the 1996 welfare reform law. The prime beneficiaries will be children, elderly and handicapped immigrants who were in this country prior to the effective date of the welfare reform law -- Aug. 22, 1996. easanton, Calif., said last week that it has changed the designation of the heads of its retail-operating units from division managers to division presidents, ...

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