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Coakley, Brown in bitter debate

Exchange barbs on taxes, terror; Final face-off has sharper edge

US Senate candidates, from left, Republican Scott Brown, Democrat Martha Coakley, and independent Joseph L. Kennedy. US Senate candidates, from left, Republican Scott Brown, Democrat Martha Coakley, and independent Joseph L. Kennedy. (Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff)
By Matt Viser and Andrea Estes
Globe Staff / January 12, 2010

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Meeting for their final debate of the US Senate campaign, Republican Scott Brown and Democrat Martha Coakley tried to capitalize on voters’ fears last night, with Brown raising the specter of another terrorist attack and Coakley warning about a return to Bush-era economic policies. (Full article: 1204 words)

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