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Cahill taps firms tied to state pension investor

A $100m deal came a day after a cluster of donations. The practice is not illegal, but some say it’s close to ethical edge.

By Aaron Lester, Michele Richinick, and Walter V. Robinson
Globe Correspondents / March 21, 2010

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They came in batches, nearly 250 checks, most for $500, from real estate lawyers, property managers, and realtors in far-flung states, all dedicated to the election of state Treasurer Timothy P. Cahill. (Full article: 2432 words)

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