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MRS. QUAYLE IS NOW CALLED MARILYN TUCKER QUAYLE, THE NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL REPORTS; NEW LAW PARTNERS HOPE SHE'LL BE A 'RAINMAKER'

 NEW YORK, Feb. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- The former second lady, an attorney who is joining an Indianapolis law firm as a partner, will be known professionally as Marilyn Tucker Quayle, the National Law Journal reports in its edition published today.
 She joins Hillary Rodham Clinton and other women who want to have their maiden names included in their full names. Mrs. Clinton's use of her maiden name since becoming the first lady has created some public controversy -- although she, as well as Mrs. Quayle, have selectively used their maiden names as middle names in the past, the National Law Journal has learned.
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 /NOTE TO EDITORS: Last week, wire service stories reporting Mrs. Quayle's professional plans did not include Tucker, her maiden name. Subsequent news reports in Thursday's editions of the leading national newspapers did not include Tucker.
 The following is the National Law Journal article in its entirety:
 LAWYER QUAYLE
 The former second lady, whose law firm's press release identifies her as Marilyn Tucker Quayle and who was portrayed as the good, stay-at-home mother in contrast to Hillary Rodham Clinton, has joined Indianapolis' 45-attorney Krieg DeVault Alexander & Capehart as a partner. Ms. Quayle, a 1975 grad from the Indiana University School of Law, Indianapolis, who hasn't practiced since the mid- 70s -- will focus on corporate, international, business and health care law.
 "She's known many people with the firm for many years," says partner William R. Neale, friends with Ms. Quayle since the third grade.
 The Quayles are still searching for a house in Indianapolis, and until they find one, Ms. Quayle will commute from Washington, D.C. And does the firm hope she'll be bringing a little rain to Indiana? "I would hope she knows a lot of people who want to bring business to her," says Mr. Neale.
 Published weekly, the National Law Journal is the nation's largest circulation legal newspaper.
 /CONTACT: Andy Plesser of Andrew P. Plesser Associates Public Relations, 212-319-8383, for The National Law Journal/


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