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President Obama frowns while speaking at a campaign rally for Mass. Attorney General Martha Coakley, the Democratic candidate vying for the seat vacated by the death of U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., Sunday, Jan. 17, 2010, in Boston. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer) **FILE**

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Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley argues the state buffer-zone law has kept the peace around abortion clinics. (Associated Press)

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Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley argues the state buffer-zone law has kept the peace around abortion clinics. (Associated Press)

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Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley argues the state buffer-zone law has kept the peace around abortion clinics. (Associated Press)

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Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley, right, addresses a breakfast meeting of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce at a hotel, in Boston, Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. The event is often a forum for politicians to offer new or revised policy initiatives. Coakley is considered a frontrunner in the early stages of the race for governor of the state. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

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Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley addresses a breakfast meeting of the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce at a hotel, in Boston, Thursday, Jan. 23, 2014. The event is often a forum for politicians to offer new or revised policy initiatives. Coakley is considered a frontrunner in the early stages of the race for governor of the state. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

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Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is concerned that the town of Middleborough is violating First Amendment rights by enforcing a 1968 bylaw that prohibits profanity. (Associated Press)

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Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is concerned that the town of Middleborough is violating First Amendment rights by enforcing a 1968 bylaw that prohibits profanity. (Associated Press)

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Joseph Kennedy III, at a campaign rally for Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley (third from left) in 2010, may soon be announcing a political run of his own to replace Rep. Barney Frank, who is retiring from the U.S. House. Mr. Kennedy said he will begin "to reach out to the people of [Massachusetts' 4th Congressional District] in order to hear directly from them about the challenges they are facing." (Associated Press)

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Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is a defendant in an injunction request to stop enforcing expansion of a new obscenity law. (Associated Press)