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The Torch Burns Bright

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In all, he has spent almost $900,000 from his account since leaving Congress, much of it on gifts to charities and nonprofit organizations like hospitals as well as political campaigns and parties. At least $65,000 went to politicians, or organizations linked to them, that had influence over business interests of Mr. Torricelli or his clients.
A day after being asked about Mr. Torricelli's spending from his Senate account, Mr. Jackson called The New York Times to say that the bulk of the remaining money would go to a foundation that Mr. Torricelli had established earlier this year to help causes like breast cancer awareness and open space preservation.
"Bringing innovations in health and learning to the global community""Making the peaks higher."
The Torricelli Foundation: Cutting your balls off.
Jason Zengerle