Madison can lead in averting nuclear Armageddon September 27, 2023

Paper lanterns with peace messages written on them float in a lake next to a canoe
Lanterns for Peace in Madison, Wisconsin Photo credit: Joshua Abrahams

The Cap Times

“Some say nuclear disarmament is an issue that should be taken up with our Senators and Representatives rather than our City Council members. But with enough grassroots action, national policy can be changed,” explains Physicians for Social Responsibility Wisconsin as part of a coalition of local and statewide groups that’s been organized to support Madison’s Back from the Brink resolution.

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