In an era of nuclear uncertainty, it is state governments that will bear the burden of managing the aftermath of a hypothetical nuclear attack. This means that states can and should play a major role in the conversation around limiting Presidential nuclear strike authority and reducing the United States’ nuclear arsenal.
Our eyes are wide open.
Campuses are digging in!
Activists around the country are standing up in their communities.
The last time the Doomsday Clock was this close to midnight, the U.S. and Soviet Union had just tested their first hydrogen bombs.
To us it is clear: Donald Trump should not have the unilateral power to wage nuclear war.