City council member wants to repeal parts of Berkeley’s nuclear free act

This sign on College Avenue indicates Berkeley's status as a nuclear free zone, which it has been since the 1980s.
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This sign on College Avenue indicates Berkeley's status as a nuclear free zone, which it has been since the 1980s.

Berkeley City Councilmember Gordon Wozniak is working to repeal key portions of the Nuclear Free Berkeley Act — a measure that blocks the city from dealing with anything related to nuclear power. Wozniak takes issue with the section of the act, passed by voters in 1986, that prevents the city
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Berkeley’s Nuclear Free Act is inspiration

Written in response to The Daily Californian’s Oct. 18 editorial about Berkeley’s Nuclear Free Act: On Aug. 6, 2005, I joined then-Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi and 55,000 others at Peace Memorial Park in Hiroshima, site of the atomic bombing 60 years before. That devastating bomb was a tiny fraction of
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