Martha Coakley has spent the past two years trying to restore her reputation, and recently spoke to the Globe about her regrets on the Senate race and her efforts to become the best attorney general in the country - a goal she says she has achieved through landmark lawsuits, settlements and investigations involving the mortgage crisis, spiralling energy and health care costs and public corruption.
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