Politics adapts to ‘pay-to-play’ ban – The Boston Globe

Today’s Boston Globe has an interesting article on how recent SEC changes may affect political fundraising here in Massachusetts. In particular, the article highlights how this change may affect the political fortunes of Tim Cahill, who as state Treasurer has accepted hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from pension fund managers and their employees with whom the state does business:

Politics adapts to ‘pay-to-play’ ban – The Boston Globe.

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