House Committee chairs don't have to step down until 2000 under GOP-imposed term limits, but the jockeying already has begun to replace Ways & Means chief Bill Archer of Texas. A top candidate is California's William M. Thomas, chair of the tax-writing panel's health subcommittee. He has been a big booster of tax-deferred medical savings accounts.
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