President Bush has named Steve Preston, head of the Small Business Administration, as his choice for the next secretary of Housing and Urban Development.
If approved, Preston, 47, would replace Alphonso Jackson, who resigned last month while under investigation for directing federal contracts to friends and associates. Preston is taking over at a sensitive time as demands grow for a more effective federal response to the home foreclosure crisis.
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