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Scott Brown, Elizabeth Warren Trade Attacks On Sore Subjects

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Supporters of Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) and Democratic rival Elizabeth Warren are continuing to trade attacks over embarrassing issues dogging each campaign.

Democrats are hitting Brown for fundraising in New York City in March and are calling for him to "come clean" about his donors. They also criticized his vote to derail a student loan bill Tuesday.

Watch the video released Monday by the Massachusetts Democratic Party:

Brown's campaign is striking back, calling on Warren to release her law school application and personnel files to prove that she didn't claim Native American heritage in order to gain a career advantage.

"Her changing stories, contradictions and refusal to answer legitimate questions have cast doubt on her credibility and called into question the diversity practices at Harvard," Brown said in a statement, according to the Springfield Republican.

Warren, who is 1/32 Native American, listed herself as having minority status in law school directories.

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