Our Budget Priorities Should Reflect the People’s Agenda, Not Hasten Nuclear Oblivion April 15, 2024

Robert Dodge, MD, PSR Board Member | Common Dreams

Where do nuclear weapons fit in? They’re not even on the radar of most people, and particularly not mainstream news outlets. Yet this fiscal year 2024, the United States will spend $94.485 billion on all nuclear weapons programs. This is an increase of over $4 billion from last year.

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