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Since 1987, the Alliance for Nuclear Accountability has worked to hold the federal government accountable through citizen education, empowerment, and action. Formed by organizations from communities in the shadows of nuclear weapons facilities, ANA includes more than thirty local, regional, and national organizations concerned about the consequences of US nuclear weapons and waste policies. ANA’s leaders are deeply rooted in communities directly affected by these policies, and we bring our experience to bear in addressing issues of government spending; public accountability; nuclear nonproliferation; waste cleanup, treatment and disposition; and the health and safety of workers, the public and the environment.