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Patrick, Baker take their shots

In 1st TV debate, clash on health, economy

From left, Charles D. Baker, Timothy P. Cahill, moderator Jon Keller, Governor Deval Patrick, and Jill Stein at last night’s debate. From left, Charles D. Baker, Timothy P. Cahill, moderator Jon Keller, Governor Deval Patrick, and Jill Stein at last night’s debate. (Dina Rudick/ Globe Staff)
By Noah Bierman and Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / September 8, 2010

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Governor Deval Patrick and his Republican challenger, Charles D. Baker, sparred fiercely last night in the first televised debate of the race for governor, a lively and policy-rich clash that presented starkly different visions for state government and set the stage for a spirited fall campaign. (Full article: 1256 words)

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