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The 2010 Senate race

It’s Coakley vs. Brown

Attorney General Martha Coakley easily captured the Democratic nomination yesterday and will face state Senator Scott P. Brown, who won the Republican nomination, in a Jan. 19 special election to fill the seat held for 47 years by the late Edward M. Kennedy.
(By Matt Viser and Frank Phillips, Globe Staff)

Democrats temper public option

Senate negotiators reached a tentative deal to drop a government-run plan from the health care overhaul bill and replace it with a patchwork of new ideas to help people get coverage. (By Lisa Wangsness, Globe Staff)

Taxpayers’ bill nearing
$378,000 in DiMasi case

The state House of Representatives has paid attorneys to represent the speaker’s office in a federal corruption investigation of former House speaker Salvatore DiMasi, records show. (By Andrea Estes, Globe Staff)

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