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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Leigh Anne
A knowing grin spread across Sean Tuohy's face as he considered the uncanny connections between the hit film that changed his family's life and the fact that Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Michael Oher will play in his first Super Bowl in the Big Easy.
States across the country want Washington to stop meddling in their affairs when it comes to the environment, health care and guns, and it's not just right-wingers leading the charge. Last week, Wyoming Gov. Dave Freudenthal fired a shot at the Environmental Protection Agency for its attempt to coerce the state into regulating carbon dioxide as if this naturally occurring gas were a pollutant.
"He's very troubled by the administration's policies toward coal and other natural resources," governor's office spokesman Leigh Anne G. Manlove told The Washington Times. "He has some serious concerns about how they impact Wyoming."