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Senator causes stir by reading profanity

Comments made at a high school

State Senator Scott Brown apologized after the speech. State Senator Scott Brown apologized after the speech. (Associated Press/File)
By Megan Tench and Calvin Hennick
Globe Correspondent / February 10, 2007

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State Senator Scott Brown, a rising star in the state's depleted Republican ranks, yesterday defended his use of profanity during a student assembly at King Philip Regional High School in Wrentham, saying he simply repeated hateful statements that had been posted online about him and his family. (Full article: 641 words)

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