Keene Sentinel: The late New Hampshire senator supported transparency in politcal contributions.
Warren Rudman, who died Monday at age 82, was a man of principle — remembered as much for his pragmatism and ability to reach across the political aisle as his abrupt, no-nonsense sensibility. In 12 years as a senator representing New Hampshire, Rudman left a legacy in Washington that most prominently featured an effort to reduce the federal deficit by co-authoring a balanced budget bill.
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