Politics & Government

April 28, 2010 6:42 AM

Whitman's Goldman Sachs ties become issue in California gubernatorial race

While Congress ripped into investment giant Goldman Sachs executives on Tuesday, the scandal threatened to tear the scab off a political wound in the California governor's race. Republican front-runner Meg Whitman tried again to put her prior relationship with the bank behind her, telling the Associated Press she regrets taking part in a now-banned stock sale practice involving the firm and that she left its board after 15 months because it "wasn't a good fit."

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