'SANE Act' calls for $73 Billion cut to U.S. nuclear arsenal

‘SANE Act’ calls for $73 Billion cut to U.S. nuclear arsenal

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Senate Democrats have introduced a bill that would trim $73 billion from the U.S. nuclear arsenal over the next decade.

The Smarter Approach to Nuclear Expenditures — or SANE — Act was co-sponsored by Oregon Congressmember Earl Blumenauer and Senator Ed Markey of Massachusetts. They introduced their bill Monday as the Congressional Budget Office released a report projecting the cost of maintaining the U.S. nuclear stockpile through 2030 at $634 billion.

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