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Scott Brownaccepted $198,000from the oiland gas industry

source: Center for Responsive Politics

Scott Brown votedto protect tax breaksfor the oiland gas industrythree times

source: Senate voting record

Scott Brownco-sponsoreda bill that allowsany employer to denyany health caretreatment it objects to,including birth control

source: Boston Globe, 3/1/12

“[It] gives employerssomething theynever had before:a voice in their employee'sfamily planning decisions“

source: MetroWest Daily News, 2/29/12

Scott Brown accepted $1.1 million from Wall Street

source: Center for Responsive Politics

Scott Brown used his swing vote to water down Wall Street regulations

source: Boston Globe 12/12/10;
Senate votes #133, 5/6/10; #150, 5/13/10

Boston.com

Donations poured in as Brown’s role grew boston.com 12/12/2010
Bill can't bank on Brown's support boston.com 6/26/2010

Senate voting records:

United States Senate

Scott Brown voted Yes

Forbes Magazine called Scott Brown: one of “Wall Street's Favorite Congressmen.”

source: Forbes, 6/1/10

Scott Brown voted against extending unemployment benefits for 30,000 Massachusetts Residents

source: Senate votes #194, 6/17/10; #200, 6/24/10; #204, 6/30/10;
Boston Globe 6/23/10

Scott Brown voted for a bill to cut Pell Grants for 135,000 Massachusetts students

source: Senate vote #36, 3/9/11; cbpp.org

Scott Brown voted for budget cuts that would have cost Massachusetts 17,000 jobs

source: Senate vote #36, 3/9/11; DPCC

Scott Brown voted against extending unemployment benefits for 30,000 Massachusetts Residents

source: Senate votes #194, 6/17/10; #200, 6/24/10; #204, 6/30/10;
Boston Globe 6/23/10

Scott Brown voted for a bill to cut Pell Grants for 135,000 Massachusetts students

source: Senate vote #36, 3/9/11; cbpp.org

Scott Brownco-sponsoreda bill that allowsany employer to denyany health caretreatment it objects to,including birth control

source: Boston Globe, 3/1/12

Scott Brown voted for budget cuts that would have cost Massachusetts 17,000 jobs

source: Senate vote #36, 3/9/11; DPCC

Scott Brown votedagainst 6,300education jobs

source: Senate vote #177, 10/20/11; The White House; DPCC