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  • "They kind of put their heads together and all agreed they wanted to keep it the way it was," she said. "It relates a lot back to Ronald Reagan's way of thinking, and at least how we see it here — he didn't think that government needed to be so big, he didn't think government needed to be involved in our daily lives, and people really took that to heart here."

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