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Mass. could benefit if senators set aside partisanship

Brown pays courtesy calls to Democrats

Senator-elect Scott Brown and Senator John F. Kerry (left) will probably split on high-profile national issues. Senator-elect Scott Brown and Senator John F. Kerry (left) will probably split on high-profile national issues.
By Joseph P. Williams
Globe Staff / January 22, 2010

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WASHINGTON - Senator-elect Scott Brown got a hero’s welcome from Republicans yesterday as he swept through Congress on a quick visit, but his first move was a good-will gesture to Democrats: courtesy calls on Senators John F. Kerry, Paul Kirk, and the rest of Massachusetts’ congressional delegation. (Full article: 861 words)

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