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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 05, 2023

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Nuclear Free Berkeley Act

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The Nuclear Free Berkeley Act, passed in 1986, prohibited the creation and development of nuclear weapons and reactors within Berkeley’s city limits, in addition to preventing the city from entering into contracts or making investments with any organization affiliated with nuclear weapons production.
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The Nuclear Free Berkeley Act, passed in 1986, prohibited the creation and development of nuclear weapons and reactors within Berkeley’s city limits, in addition to preventing the city from entering into contracts or making investments with any organization affiliated with nuclear weapons production.
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How many people would die if even one of these weapons were launched? How many weapons would be launched in a war? How much destruction could that cause? People were justifiably afraid of nuclear weapons. In Berkeley, this led to the creation of the Nuclear Free Berkeley Act of 1986.
How many people would die if even one of these weapons were launched? How many weapons would be launched in a war? How much destruction could that cause? People were justifiably afraid of nuclear weapons. In Berkeley, this led to the creation of the Nuclear Free Berkeley Act of 1986.
The Berkeley City Council approved a letter Tuesday evening requesting that the University of California cease operating the national weapons labs in Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Laboratories.
The Berkeley City Council approved a letter Tuesday evening requesting that the University of California cease operating the national weapons labs in Lawrence Livermore and Los Alamos National Laboratories.
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