Massachusetts Town to Fine Those Who Swear in Public

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Residents in the small town of Middleborough, Massachusetts will need to watch their mouths when in public.

By a 183-50 vote, the measure was passed to fine people $20 for using profanity in public.

Reporter Jorge Quiroga of WCVB has the details.

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