PM Roundup: Data Share On Welfare Abuse; Brady’s Father On Concussions

Other stories (and links) circulating around the newsroom this afternoon:

– State officials are planning to use a federal data sharing program to prevent the abuse of health and welfare benefits. [State House News Service, via the Boston Herald]

– Massachusetts is currently spending about 84 percent of its share of a nationwide mortgage settlement to aid homeowners, which is toward the high end of states. [ProPublica]

– The Wampanoag tribe of Gay Head Aquinnah tonight will detail its proposed casino for Lakeville. [Taunton Daily Gazette]

– Tom Brady’s father said he’d be “very hesitant” to let his son play football now, given what is known about concussions in the sport. [Yahoo]

– Thomas O’Connor, the so-called “dean” of city historians and a former Boston College faculty member, has died at the age of 89. [Boston Globe]

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