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Brookline rejects measure on spanking

Resolution loses by narrow margin

By David Abel
Globe Staff / November 18, 2004

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Six months after stalling the same measure, members of the Brookline Town Meeting last night narrowly defeated a nonbinding resolution that would have made it town policy to encourage parents and child-care workers not to spank children or use other corporal punishment. (Full article: 558 words)

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