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September 12, 1989
A probate judge in Westport, Conn., ruled in favor of the widow of Rep. Stewart B. McKinney (R-Conn.), who died of AIDS-related disease in 1987, denying the claim of a Georgia man who said he was McKinney's lover, officials said. Arnold R. Denson, 34, sought to have Lucie McKinney removed as the administrator of McKinney's estate because he claimed he was being denied benefits assigned to him in McKinney's will.
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September 12, 1989
A probate judge in Westport, Conn., ruled in favor of the widow of Rep. Stewart B. McKinney (R-Conn.), who died of AIDS-related disease in 1987, denying the claim of a Georgia man who said he was McKinney's lover, officials said. Arnold R. Denson, 34, sought to have Lucie McKinney removed as the administrator of McKinney's estate because he claimed he was being denied benefits assigned to him in McKinney's will.
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May 8, 1987 | PAUL HOUSTON, Times Staff Writer
The AIDS epidemic reached into the ranks of Congress Thursday, claiming the life of Rep. Stewart B. McKinney, 56, a Connecticut Republican whose doctor said that he apparently contracted the disease from the many blood transfusions he received during heart surgery some years ago. Dr.
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August 23, 1989 | From Associated Press
A man contesting the handling of the will of the late U.S. Rep. Stewart B. McKinney disputes official reports that McKinney contracted AIDS from blood transfusions, saying that for five years he was the Connecticut congressman's lover. McKinney, 56, a liberal Republican who died in 1987 during his ninth term in Congress, left a car and a 40% share of his Washington house to the man, Arnold R. Denson, according to documents on file in Probate Court.
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August 23, 1989 | From Associated Press
A man contesting the handling of the will of the late U.S. Rep. Stewart B. McKinney disputes official reports that McKinney contracted AIDS from blood transfusions, saying that for five years he was the Connecticut congressman's lover. McKinney, 56, a liberal Republican who died in 1987 during his ninth term in Congress, left a car and a 40% share of his Washington house to the man, Arnold R. Denson, according to documents on file in Probate Court.
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May 17, 1987 | Associated Press
Gov. William A. O'Neill Friday set Aug. 18 as the date for a special election to fill the congressional seat of Rep. Stewart B. McKinney, who died recently.
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May 2, 1987 | Associated Press
Rep. Stewart B. McKinney (R-Conn.) was in "extremely serious to critical" condition from a respiratory infection Friday in Washington Hospital Center, his press secretary said. McKinney, 56, was using a respirator and under intensive care.
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September 10, 1987 | Associated Press
Republican Christopher Shays of Connecticut was sworn into office Wednesday as the newest member of the House. With his arrival, the political division of the 435-seat House became 258 Democrats and 177 Republicans. Shays, 41, a real estate broker, was elected on Aug. 18. He filled a vacancy caused by the May 7 death of Republican Rep. Stewart B. McKinney.
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February 11, 1987 | United Press International
Three members of Congress, saying the Reagan Administration has a "six-year policy of failure" in Central America, introduced legislation in the House today to halt $40 million in military aid to the Nicaraguan contras. The legislation, by Reps. Bruce A. Morrison (D-Conn.), Stewart B. McKinney (R-Conn.) and Sam Gejdenson (D-Conn.
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March 11, 1995
The state Department of Education has awarded a $100,000 grant to the Compton Unified School District to pay for services for homeless youth, it was announced Friday. "The effects of homelessness on students is almost invariably lowered academic performance," said J. Jerome Harris, state administrator for the district. Under the terms of the grant, a homeless student is defined as someone who has had no stable housing for more than six months, or is living in sub-par housing.
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May 8, 1987 | PAUL HOUSTON, Times Staff Writer
The AIDS epidemic reached into the ranks of Congress Thursday, claiming the life of Rep. Stewart B. McKinney, 56, a Connecticut Republican whose doctor said that he apparently contracted the disease from the many blood transfusions he received during heart surgery some years ago. Dr.
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February 12, 1987 | United Press International
Three members of Congress, saying the Administration has a "losing policy" in Central America, introduced legislation Wednesday to halt $40 million in military aid to the Nicaraguan contras. "Aid to the contras and the military approach to the problems in Central America is a six-year policy of failure," Rep. Bruce A. Morrison (D-Conn.) said.
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