Lou Cannon

Editorial Advisor, State Net Capitol Journal

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Editorial adviser to State Net Capitol Journal; former special West Coast correspondent and former West Coast Bureau Chief of the Washington Post; author of President Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime and co-author of Reagan’s Disciple: George W. Bush’s Troubled Quest for a Presidential Legacy

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Nancy Reagan died    Sunday    at the age of 94. We remember her and look at her ties to California, where her husband, Ronald Reagan, began his political career.

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Ronald Reagan is revered among the candidates competing for the Republican presidential nomination.

Republican Presidential Hopefuls Sing Reagan’s Praises

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Governor Schwarzenegger today  signed last week's budget compromise  into law, minus $656 million in cuts he said were necessary to balance the measure.

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