Edward Kennedy, Senate stalwart and healthcare reform leader, dies
The New York Times, August 26, 2009
Senator Edward M. Kennedy, one of the longest serving members of the Senate and a central figure in the current healthcare reform debate, died Tuesday night. He was 77. The death of the senator, who had been battling brain cancer, was announced Wednesday morning in a statement by the Kennedy family.
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