Birch Bayh, Indiana senator who championed Title IX, dies

He wrote the 26th Amendment, adopted in 1971, setting the national voting age at 18.

Sen. Birch Bayh in 1980. (James K.W. Atherton/Washington Post)

Sen. Birch Bayh in 1980. (James K.W. Atherton/Washington Post)

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