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Senate hopefuls turn up volume

Candidates clash loudly on health, earmarks, Big Dig in radio debate

Moderator Jim Braude (left) of WTKK-96.9 FM posed a question yesterday to Democratic Senate candidates Martha Coakley (rear), Alan Khazei (second from right), Stephen G. Pagliuca (right), and Michael E. Capuano (not shown). Moderator Jim Braude (left) of WTKK-96.9 FM posed a question yesterday to Democratic Senate candidates Martha Coakley (rear), Alan Khazei (second from right), Stephen G. Pagliuca (right), and Michael E. Capuano (not shown). (Aram Boghosian for The Boston Globe)
By Matt Viser
Globe Staff / November 13, 2009

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In their feistiest face-off of the race, the four Democrats vying for the US Senate clashed in a radio debate yesterday over health care, congressional earmarks, charter schools, and free speech, repeatedly shouting over one another as they aired significant distinctions on policy. (Full article: 1038 words)

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