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U.S. Sen. Norm Coleman, left, and Al Franken, right, lead forward, accusing each other of waging a nasty campaign for U.S. Senate. In the middle is Dean Barkley. staff photo by Don Davis

Candidates trade barbs in final debate

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ST. PAUL - The country's costliest U.S. Senate campaign left those at the candidates' final debate Sunday thinking it could be the nastiest, too.

The sharp campaign attacks that dominated the past week continued in the hour-long Minnesota Public Radio debate, with the two leading Minnesota U.S. Senate candidates trading frequent barbs about campaign accusations and policy positions.

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