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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Peter Brouwer
In off years, Mr. Brouwer says, most leap day babies - perhaps 80 percent - celebrate their birthdays in February "because they're born in February.
"The law of averages means your chance of being born on Feb. 29 are one out of 1,461," Mr. Brouwer said, referring to the number of days in the four-year calendar cycle. "We figure in the U.S. there's about 200,000 of us, and in the world about 5 million."