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Proposition One Committee

* Proposition One: the "Nuclear Disarmament and Economic Conversion Act" in Congress, promises to eliminate all U.S. nuclear weapons if everyone else does, and use the billions of dollars saved yearly for environmental restoration and human needs.
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P.O. Bbox 27217
Washington , DC 20038
Contact Person: Ellen Thomas, Director
Phone: 202-462-0757
Fax: 202-265-5389
E-Mail: prop1@prop1.org
Website: http://prop1.org

Detailed Information:
ABOUT PROPOSITION ONE: Successful Grassroots Citizen Action Proposition One won 56% of the vote as DC Initiative 37 on September 14, 1993. As a result of the election, DC's Congresswoman, Eleanor Holmes Norton, proposed a similar law, the "Nuclear Disarmament and Economic Conversion Act" (HR-827 in 1997-98). The bill is a promise by the U.S. government to eliminate all its nuclear weapons if everyone else does: a reasonable idea, relatively risk free. It earmarks the billions of dollars saved annually for converting nuclear and defense industries to peacetime needs. The bill has gained eight co-sponsors, from Alabama, California, Georgia, Maryland, Minnesota, New York.

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