Well, not yet, but it just may be if this catches on across the country. Reagan's 'holiday' gets wide support By S.A. Miller THE WASHINGTON TIMES http://washingtontimes.com/metro/20030130-92477.htm A resolution that would create an annual Ronald Reagan Day to pay tribute to the former president was introduced with bipartisan support yesterday in the Maryland Senate. The legislation would set aside Mr. Reagan's birthday, Feb. 6, as Ronald Reagan Day. He was born on Feb. 6, 1911. Thirteen of 14 Senate Republicans and four Democrats signed on as sponsors to the resolution introduced by Sen. Alexander X. Mooney, a District 3 Republican. The resolution recognizes the 40th president's accomplishments, such as rekindling a spirit of patriotism among Americans and lessening their tax burden. it also credits him with reinvigorating the nation's military and boosting America toward victory in Cold War with the Soviet Union, which collapsed during the term of his successor George H.W. Bush. Ronald Reagan Day would be a day of homage, but not a state holiday. "It would commemorate a man the senator and many Marylanders consider our greatest president," said David Talley, Mr. Mooney's legislative director. Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. lent tentative support to the resolution yesterday. "Sounds good so far," Mr. Ehrlich said. Mr. Reagan was "a great president." Some Democratic lawmakers were squeamish about supporting a Ronald Reagan Day.