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BALLISTIC MISSILE DEFENSE POLICY DECLARATION: INITIATIVE STATUTE. States that the people of California find that no protection whatever is provided from a devastating nuclear ballistic missile attack; that this situation can be remedied by deployment of non-nuclear strategic defenses based upon now available technology for less than five percent of federal defense budget. Measure sets forth specific text of communication which the Governor is commanded to send to the President and other federal officials expressing concern over safety from nuclear attack and urging the federal government to take necessary measures to develop and deploy non-nuclear defenses against ballistic missiles. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: The measure would have no direct fiscal impact on state and local governments.
Russell R. Oertel Americans For The High Frontier, 215 Marywood Avenue, Claremont, California 91711 (714) 624-6423
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Ballistic Missile Defense Policy Declaration . California Initiative 413 (1987).