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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Presidio Of San Francisco
A day after rejecting a museum proposal by George Lucas, the stewards of national park land at the base of San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge have offered the "Star Wars" creator a new location.
The stewards of national park land at the base of San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge rejected a museum proposal by "Star Wars" creator George Lucas.
"Star Wars" creator George Lucas wants to build a museum dedicated to visual storytelling in San Francisco's Presidio that would house an art collection he amassed over more than four decades.
After more than 100 votes in four days, the lesson from last week's spending debate in the House is that nobody's pet projects are safe anymore.