Co-sponsors are needed from Republicans as well as Democrats before the bill is likely to pass through the House Committees on International Relations and on Armed Services, much less hope to succeed on the floor in a general vote. Much remains to be done. It's not difficult to convince Congressional leaders that the bill is in the best interest of their constituents, when they understand that domestically it would earmark funds for conversion and cleanup, and internationally it requires ALL countries with nuclear weapons to join the U.S. in disarming. Please contact your Congressional leaders and insist that they co-sponsor in the House, and sponsor in the Senate.
1/ -- This legislation is a "bill," and thus binding, not a "resolution," which is only a feel-good statement of principle that achieves nothing of substance.