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H.J.Res. 632 (101st): Requesting the President of the United States to negotiate agreements to achieve early prohibition of nuclear explosions.

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7/27/1990--Introduced. Declares that the President should: (1) reorder U.S. priorities concerning nuclear weapons to take into account the reduced necessity for nuclear testing and the urgent need for environmental cleanup; (2) convey to the Soviet Union the desire of the United States to resume bilateral nuclear testing talks and agree on a timetable for the early achievement of a verifiable comprehensive test ban; and (3) express to the signatories of the Limited Test Ban Treaty U.S. willingness to pursue negotiations in the conference called to amend the Treaty and provide for such test ban.