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Brown says daughter, 23, insured under health law

By Glen Johnson
Globe Staff / May 1, 2012
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Senator Scott Brown, who won office vowing to be the 41st vote to block President Obama’s health care law, and who has since voted three times to repeal it, acknowledged Monday that he takes advantage of one of its components to keep his elder daughter on his congressional health insurance plan. “Of course I do,’’ Brown said. He said that element of the law, which has proven widely popular despite a split over the broader measure, can be provided by states

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