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US Senator Arlen Specter, whose political career took him from Philadelphia City Hall to the US Congress, has died after another bout with cancer.
I’ll Have Another will be trying to make history on Saturday and bettors will be trying to make a buck.
Arlen Specter served 30 years in the United States Senate gaining recognition for his leadership in increasing NIH funding, questioning 14 Supreme Court nominees and being picked by TIME Magazine in 2007 as one of the Ten Best Senators.