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Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker has already hit the radio. His aides are briefing lawmakers. And on Monday, his health secretary was set to met with hundreds of grass-roots activists.

The one-time health insurance executive has planted himself at the epicenter of a renewed health care debate at the State House on Beacon Hill, armed with a litany of ideas about how to retool an industry he knows better than perhaps any other.

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