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.

Remembering Nancy Reagan

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

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

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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.

The State Budget and the End of the California Dream

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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