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Brown, Kennedy son wrangle over radio ad

By Mark Arsenault
Globe Staff / February 27, 2012
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US Senator Scott Brown’s suggestion that he shares with the late Senator Edward M. Kennedy a position on religious exemptions for health care providers is “misleading and untrue,” said Kennedy’s son, Patrick, who wants Brown to stop citing the elder Kennedy in a radio advertisement. Brown declined to pull the ad and responded with his own a letter: “I’d like to think your dad would have been working with me to find an accommodation that all sides found satisfactory.”

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