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NUCLEAR-FREE ZONE. INITIATIVE STATUTE. Adds statute that declares California to be a Nuclear-Free Zone; prohibits certain processed radioactive material within California; prohibits State investing in civil defense against nuclear war or crisis relocation plans; prohibits activities directly related to nuclear war within California; requires legislation defining process by which affected entities shall convert to nuclear-free enterprises; requires State to divest itself of all investments in industries or institutions involved in or preparing for nuclear war; prohibits subsidies to war related industries; encourages contracts with entities without nuclear involvement; requires placing Nuclear-Free Zone signs at borders. Contains enforcement and other provisions. Summary of estimate by Legislative Analyst and Director of Finance of fiscal impact on state and local governments: The adoption of this measure will result in unknown, but probably major, reductions in combined state and local revenues, and increases in combined state and local governmental costs. The specific impact, however, will depend upon the legal interpretation of the measure's provisions.
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Nuclear-Free Zone. California Initiative 337 (1983).