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Published: Saturday, Sept. 25 2010 11:00 p.m. MDT

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Tooele, UT

All the best to you in your new life, Mr. Cannon.

Salt Lake City, UT

Sorry to see you leave DN in the meaningful way in which you have lead these past few years. Best wishes to you and your family. Unfortunately DN is already showing it's trend to the PC agenda. Too Bad!

Springville, UT

I personally like Joe, but I am concerned about his admiration for Ayn Rand. Her writings have had, in my estimation, a negative effect on LDS members.

Salt Lake City, UT

This article sounds more like a funeral oration or a hagiography. Mr. Cannon and DN readers would have been better served, I think, by a more objective, less fawning, profile.

Jim Repace
Bowie, MD

I remember Joe Cannon from the days in the early 1980's when I was on his policy staff at the US EPA. His efforts on ridding America of secondhand smoke cannot be underestimated, and make him a true American Hero.

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