For a man the Republicans said was going to be owned lock, stock and barrel by special interests, the President-elect isn't wasting any time sending the opposite signal.
On Friday, Bill Clinton announced ethics guidelines prohibiting anyone on his transition team from turning around and trading on that influence as a lobbyist. As President, he is expected to ban former administration officials
from lobbying their old agencies for five years. And Mr. Clinton says he'll press for campaign finance reforms that would reduce the influence of special- interest money, as well as boost the prospects of political challengers.