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Financial executives spent big on Brown

May be precursor to midterm elections; Obama’s proposed regulations key issue

By Casey Ross
Globe Staff / February 1, 2010

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In a six-day span just before the US Senate election, Republican Scott Brown collected nearly $450,000 from donors who work at financial companies, a sign the industry is prepared to spend heavily in the upcoming midterm elections to beat back new controls and taxes President Obama wants to impose. (Full article: 1014 words)

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