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ICYMI: Brown's Daughter's Health Care; Swearing Fine

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-- Though he's voted to repeal President Obama's health care law, Sen. Scott Brown's 23-year-old daughter is insured on his plan thanks to a provision from the law. [Boston Globe]

-- The police chief in Middleborough is proposing a $20 fine for anyone swearing in public. [WBZ-TV]

-- Forty years later, Atlantic Cities looks back on some lessons from Boston's Inner Belt highway fight. (Radio Boston reported on the Inner Belt in March.)

-- A team of Northeastern students and professors has created a shirt that tracks your workout, and knows when you're taking it easy. [Globe]

-- Brown University has agreed to pay Providence $31.5 million more in payments in lieu of taxes (PILOT) over 11 years. [Providence Journal]

This program aired on May 1, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.

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Ben is WBUR's digital news manager.

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