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EDITORIAL WEEK IN REVIEW.

Highlights from some of our more important editorials this past week. To read the editorials in full, please visit our Web site at www.dailynews.com.

Goodbye, Gipper

After 93 years, former President Ronald Reagan has left this world - a freer and better place for the remarkable life he lived. History's judgment will be more than favorable.

Landed gentry

While the Santa Monica Mountains Conservancy has acted in the popular interest of Californians by conserving priceless acres of open space, the broken system under which it operates needs rethinking.

Dangerous politics

The stakes are too high - and the potential consequences too severe - to let California's share of federal anti-terrorism funding fall prey to the usual Washington spoils game.

Hope in Sacramento

For the first time in a very long while, the budget picture in Sacramento is looking a little bit brighter, but a lot of hard work needs to be done, and tough decisions still need to be made.
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Publication:Daily News (Los Angeles, CA)
Article Type:Editorial
Date:Jun 13, 2004
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