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(NECN: Boston, Mass.) - "As we celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King...we all share the sense that it's important to remember the dream," this morning said Democratic Massachusetts Senate candidate Martha Coakley at a breakfast honoring Martin Luther King. "If Dr. King were here today, he'd be standing with us," she told the heavily black audience. "And I know that he would be standing with us on the front line for health care, not as a privilege, but as a right." The Massachusetts attorney general also laid blame for the country's current economic problems not with Obama, but his Republican predecessor, George W. Bush. Republican candidate Scott Brown was in the audience, but was not invited to speak at the event. A special election will take place in Massachusetts tomorrow to decide who will fill the Senate seat left vacant by the death of Ted Kennedy.