California declares Ronald Reagan Day for February 6

Yesterday (7/28/10) in Simi Valley, California, at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library former first lady Nancy Reagan has joined Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger for a ceremonial signing of a bill making it Ronald Reagan Day every Feb. 6 in California. Nancy Reagan smiled as Schwarzenegger sat at a desk and ceremoniously signed a pair of bills Tuesday morning. He officially signed them July 19.

The other bill establishes a commission to plan Reagan centennial events.

Schwarzenegger told the audience, “Ronald Reagan is my hero.”

The governor says Ronald Reagan Day will allow schools to teach about Reagan and be a day in which Californians can remember his legacy.

Reference: ABC News

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