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Lottery vendor paid $132,000 to Cahill ally

Treasurer steered tens of millions to a ticket maker

By Frank Phillips
Globe Staff / August 14, 2008

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The Massachusetts State Lottery's largest vendor paid in excess of $132,000 in consulting fees to one of state Treasurer Timothy P. Cahill's closest friends and political confidants, at the same time Cahill steered tens of millions of dollars in contracts to the national firm, according to records and officials. (Full article: 1190 words)

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