WASHINGTON — Sen. Edward M. “Ted” Kennedy, the longtime Democratic senator from Massachusetts who died Tuesday night at age 77, was a major champion of the American worker for more than four decades, from reforming the health care system to increasing the minimum wage and helping unions organize.
Kennedy, who died of a cancerous brain tumor, will be buried on Saturday next to his brothers, President John F. Kennedy and Sen. Robert Kennedy, at Arlington National Cemetery here.
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