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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...