Des Moines residents had input on United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons November 3, 2020

David Drake, DO | Des Moines Register

Back in October 2016, my wife, Claire Cumbie-Drake, and I had the extraordinary opportunity to participate in a two-day lobbying effort at the United Nations during committee debates on disarmament and international security. We came there as representatives of Physicians for Social Responsibility, joining other national and international groups to lobby country representatives to take a stand on working to outlaw the acquisition, possession, testing, and production of nuclear weapons.

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