Why the U.S. nuclear weapons policy needs to be discussed in the Democratic debate December 17, 2019
Denise Duffield, PSR Los Angeles, and David Wright | The Sacramento Bee
The upcoming Democratic Party presidential debate in Los Angeles provides another opportunity for the candidates to address an issue that many Californians are keenly interested in: their plans for U.S. nuclear weapons policy.
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