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Topic - Danny K. Davis
Don't expect much hoopla or cake-cutting as the landmark welfare reform law passed by President Clinton and congressional Republicans in the mid-1990s celebrates its 15th anniversary Monday.
Former U.S. Sen. Carol Moseley Braun has become the "consensus" black candidate in Chicago's mayoral race, a position that black leaders say will give her a shot at winning against a strong field that includes former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel.
"He didn't seek it. It sought him," Mr. Davis told reporters.