President Clinton created a media stir on Aug. 2 by lifting a ban on security clearances for gays. But his executive order also riled the defense industry by requiring defense workers to file financial-disclosure statements when working on classified projects. It is meant to detect payoffs to spies. Industry frets that the new rules will be too intrusive. And executives balk at revealing their wealth. "It's not going to catch spies anyway," grouses industry lawyer Daniel C. Schwartz. "Spies will lie."
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