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Daschle, cash-le

By Michael J. Smith on Tuesday August 29, 2006 01:46 PM

J Alva sends this link. Excerpt:
Daschle joins the CaroLinks board
Ex-Senate leader joins inland port advisory panel

Tom Daschle, the former U.S. Senate majority leader, is the latest to join the advisory board of Carolina Linkages, the Charleston-based company with plans to bring an inland port into Orangeburg County....

Daschle’s appointment continues the relationship the former Democratic senator built with CaroLinks founder, President and CEO Lucy Duncan-Scheman during the 15 years she ran a consulting business in Washington, D.C.

Duncan-Scheman’s husband, Ron Scheman, has been a longtime supporter of the Democratic Party and its candidates, with a Brookings Institute report listing Scheman as a top contributor to former President Bill Clinton and one of the top 10 contributors who received a presidential appointment, according to the Charleston Business Journal.

J Alva comments: "Saying Daschle continues to cash in has the force of saying water remains wet."

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