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NUCLEAR WEAPONS. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Proposes enacting a statute that requires the Governor of California to write a specified communication to the President of the United States and other identified United States officials. This communication would identify the people's concern about the danger of nuclear war between the United States and the Soviet Union. It would urge that the United States Government propose to the Soviet Union Government that both countries agree to immediately halt the testing, production and further deployment of all nuclear weapons, missiles and delivery systems in a way that can be checked and verified by both sides. Fiscal impact on state and local governments: The Legislative Analyst and the Director of Finance advise that the initiative would not have any direct fiscal effect on state and local governments.
Mary J. Seidita, 9601 Corbin Avenue, Northridge, Ca 91324 (213) 850-1680; Ian Thiermann, 129 Sunnyside Avenue, Santa Cruz, Ca 95062; Marvin Schachter, 300 California Terrace, Pasadena, Ca 91105; Harold Willens, 321 S. Bristol Avenue, Los Angeles, Ca 90049
Nuclear Weapons California Initiative 284 (1981).