PM Roundup: Brown, Warren Deficit Ideas; Pats Owner Kraft Regrets Audition Video

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

-- Sen. Scott Brown and challenger Elizabeth Warren offer five deficit-reduction ideas. [Boston Globe]

-- Lincoln Park, in Dartmouth, closed in 1987. A demolition team began tearing down the Comet roller coaster today. [WBZ-AM]

-- State Sen. Dan Wolf, who's also founder and CEO of Cape Air, defended the national health care overhaul in testimony on Capitol Hill yesterday.

-- Citing financial difficulties, owners of the Worcester Palladium are considering demolishing the entertainment venue. [Worcester Telegram & Gazette]

-- The MetroWest Daily News has compiled a list of Massachusetts athletes competing in this summer's Olympics in London.

-- Patriots owner Robert Kraft has expressed regret after a video of him using foul language in a movie audition went online. [MassLive]

This program aired on July 11, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.


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