Cover Story | U.S. senators did not find any controversy in the Bush nomination
of Mitch Daniels to direct the Office of Management and Budget: The
vote in January was 100-0 in his favor. But as the new budget
director tries to hold the line on federal spending in order to
make room for big tax cuts, criticism may become intense. Mr.
Daniels, who assisted Richard Lugar when the Indiana senator was
mayor of Indianapolis, and then became President Ronald Reagan's
chief political adviser from 1985 to