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Lionel: Banning Profanity

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NEW YORK, NY. (KPLR) – Lionel takes a look at the quiet town of Middleborough, Mass., which has banned profanity in public.  The ban came into effect Monday, after residents voted to impose a $20 fine on anyone who curses in public. The ban came as a result of residents became tired of hearing teens and young adults shouting profanities in public spaces.

Residents  just became a little quieter, as the residents voted on Monday night to impose a $20 fine on anyone who curses in public.