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A first lady beloved by her country, Nancy Reagan died on Sunday March 6, 2016 at age 94. She served in the White House with husband Ronald Reagan from 1981-1989. She is succeeded by children Ron Reagan, and lesbian novel author Patti Davis. Track her complex relationship with AIDS and the LGBT community here.
First Lady Jill Biden, an LGBTQ+ ally, will host the release, even though Nancy and Ronald Reagan took many anti-LGBTQ+ stances.
President Ronald Reagan and his wife Nancy ‘refused to allow’ a discussion about the AIDS epidemic to take place, Bernie Sanders told CNN.
The Democratic front-runner commends Nancy Reagan for starting a 'national conversation' about HIV and AIDS, but the president of the Human Rights Campaign takes issue.