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Scott Brown asks that cabbie in video not have license revoked

TAMPA - Senator Scott Brown today came to the defense of a Martha’s Vineyard cabbie who got in a scuffle - while he drove Democrat Elizabeth Warren - with a campaign videographer from the Massachusetts Republican Party, appealing to Oak Bluffs selectmen not to revoke his hackney license.

The effort came after a week in which some Brown aides but particularly the state GOP itself pushed video of the incident, alleging it was emblematic of Warren campaign bullying and intolerance.

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