Sculptor Douglas Van Howd, left, and Douglas Elmets, chairman of the Ronald Reagan Centennial Capitol Foundation, second from left, unveil the 8-foot-tall bronze statue of the former California governor and president in the Capitol basement on June 22, 2015.
Sculptor Douglas Van Howd, left, and Douglas Elmets, chairman of the Ronald Reagan Centennial Capitol Foundation, second from left, unveil the 8-foot-tall bronze statue of the former California governor and president in the Capitol basement on June 22, 2015. Renee C. Byer The Sacramento Bee file
Sculptor Douglas Van Howd, left, and Douglas Elmets, chairman of the Ronald Reagan Centennial Capitol Foundation, second from left, unveil the 8-foot-tall bronze statue of the former California governor and president in the Capitol basement on June 22, 2015. Renee C. Byer The Sacramento Bee file
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