PLF honors the memory of Nancy Reagan
Pacific Legal Foundation’s Board of Trustees, and our entire staff, are saddened by the death of Nancy Reagan, one of the most influential first ladies in American history. More than anyone else, she solidified the legacy of her husband, and Nancy was instrumental in establishing the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California, an enduring tribute to their life together.
PLF is proud to be part of the Reagan legacy, having been founded in Sacramento in 1973 during Ronald Reagan’s tenure as governor. The principles that Ronald and Nancy Reagan steadfastly believed in — limited government, unlimited opportunity, and respect for our constitutional liberties — will live long into the future.
On behalf of our PLF family, we offer our sincere condolences to the Reagan family.
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