Reagan Bills? Not Yet

Swept up by their emotions over Ronald Reagan's death, congressional Republicans last week couldn't think of enough ways to honor their conservative hero. The ideas ranged from putting his picture on the $10 bill to renaming the Pentagon the Ronald Reagan National Defense Building to carving Reagan's face on Mount Rushmore. (The late President already has an airport, a giant trade building in Washington and an aircraft carrier bearing his name.)

But the ardor to move quickly to shower Reagan with more memorials has since "cooled a little bit" among Republican congressional leaders, a G.O.P. Senator tells TIME. "There's been a...

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