Arizona Senator John McCain’s death on Saturday at 81 triggered a cascade of condolences and memories from prominent political and law leaders in Washington and elsewhere. Read the New York Times obituary here, and the Washington Post here.

McCain famously voted down the U.S. Senate’s effort in 2017 to repeal the Obama-era Affordable Care Act, and this year he resisted calls among some conservatives to shut down the Russia investigation, saying Robert Mueller III, the special counsel, must be allowed to continue “unimpeded.” McCain was widely known for his campaign finance reform advocacy.

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