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(Studio: Scott Pelley) The announcement from Joe Kennedy III, the late Senator Robert Kennedy’s grandson, that he is running for a Massachusetts House seat noted.
(Worcester, Massachusetts: Nancy Cordes) The agreement between Massachusetts Senate candidates Senator Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren to discourage super PACs from airing ads in their race examined; campaign ads, including the anti-Brown ad from the League of Conservation Voters, shown; details given about their “poison pill” strategy in which one campaign must donate half the value of a negative ad to charity. [WARREN – says we want to run our own campaign.] [BROWN – says the ads are false and misleading.] [League of Conservation Voters vice president Navin NAYAK- reacts.]
- Pelley, Scott;
- Cordes, Nancy
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