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Raising big bucks for Obama pays off, Public Integrity finds

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Buying ambassadorships has been done for decades in the nation's capital. Here's how it's done in the Obama administration, according to Michael Beckel of the Center for Public Integrity. Bruce Heyman, a veteran Goldman Sachs executive, has raised with the help of his wife more than $750,000 for pro-Obama committees since 2007, according to CPI's review of records. Heyman's nomination for...

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