Senator Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren sparred Wednesday over health care, taxes, and women’s rights in a debate that drilled into policy and left behind some, but not all, of the personal sniping that has characterized their race for the US Senate. The debate, held less a month before the election, effectively kicked off both candidates’ closing arguments to voters. The two rivals, engaged in one of the most closely watched, expensive Senate contests, will meet only once more, a week before polls open.
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