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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Cynthia Nystrom
A morning commute complicated by darkened traffic lights added to the woes of hundreds of thousands of D.C., Maryland and Virginia residents suffering a third day of power outages from a devastating weekend storm.
"I had a doctor's appointment in Georgetown, and I couldn't get out," said Ms. Nystrom, who tried several streets to get out of town, but found them all gridlocked by dark intersections.
Ms. Nystrom said her power has also been out since Friday.