After a controversy in politics, money follows

Tim Fitzsimons Mar 3, 2015
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After a controversy in politics, money follows

Tim Fitzsimons Mar 3, 2015
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Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu began his address to Congress Tuesday by bemoaning the speech’s politicization. But some groups and politicians saw the speech as the ultimate political opportunity: a chance to fundraise. 

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