U.S. city and county resolutions opposing war in Iraq

U.S. city and county resolutions opposing war in Iraq

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The following material was drawn from the Cities for Peace Web site: http://www.ips-dc.org/citiesforpeace/resolutions.htm.

Passed

Resolutions

California

– Arcata

– Berkeley

– Davis

– Fairfax

– Mendocino County

– Oakland

– Palo Alto

– San Fernando

– San Francisco

– San Luis Obispo

– Santa Barbara

– Santa Clara County

– Santa Cruz

– Sebastopol

– Topanga Canyon

– West Hollywood

Colorado

– Boulder

– Nederland

– Pitkin County

– Ridgway

– Silver Plume

– Telluride

Connecticut

– Cornwall

– Mansfield

– New Haven

– Salisbury

Florida

– Key West

Georgia

– Atlanta

Hawaii

– State House of Representatives

Idaho

– Blaine County

Illinois

– Chicago

– Evanston

– Oak Park

– Urbana

Indiana

– Bloomington

– Gary

Iowa

– Des Moines

Maine

– State House

– State Senate

– Hallowell

– Orono

– Portland

Maryland

– Baltimore

– Greenbelt*

– Takoma Park

Massachusetts

– Amherst

– Brookline

– Cambridge

– Northampton

– Somerville

Michigan

– Ann Arbor

– Detroit

– Ferndale

– Kalamazoo

– Princeton Borough

– Traverse City

New Jersey

– Jersey City

– Newark

New Mexico

– Santa Fe

New York

– Danby

– Ithaca

– New Paltz

– Rochester*

– Syracuse

– Tompkins County

– Woodstock

North Carolina

– Carrboro

– Chapel Hill

Ohio

– Akron

– Cleveland

– Cleveland Heights

– Garfield Heights

– Oberlin

– Shaker Heights

Oregon

– Corvallis

– Eugene*

– Multnomah County

Pennsylvania

– Haines Township

– Philadelphia

– York

Rhode Island

– Providence

Texas

– Austin

Utah

– Springdale

Vermont

– Burlington

Virginia

– Charlottesville

Washington

– Olympia

– San Juan County

– Seattle*

– Tacoma

Washington, D.C.

Wisconsin

– Madison

– Milwaukee

– Stevens Point

* Letter from City Council—in some cases, council rules or consensus prevented a resolution. In those cases, councils have often drafted a letter to the President and others in Washington in lieu of a resolution. Letters listed here were signed by a majority of the city’s council members.

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Campaigns Underway

Alabama

– Birmingham

Alaska

– Anchorage

Arizona

– Tucson

California

– Cotai

-Culver City

– Healdsburg

– Los Angeles

– Ojai

– Oxnard

– Pasadena

– Petaluma

– Redwood City

– Sacramento

– Saratoga

– Sonoma

– Ventura

– Willis

Colorado

– Crestone

– Denver

– Greeley

– La Veta

– Loveland

– Saguache

– Silver Plume

– Walsenburg

Florida

– Gainesville

– Manatee County

– St. Petersburg

Hawaii

– Honolulu

Illinois

– Charleston

– DeKalb

– East Moline

– Normal

– Oak Park

– Rock Island

– Silvis

– Springfield

Indiana

– South Bend

Iowa

– Clive

– Davenport

– Decorah

– Iowa City

Louisiana

– New Orleans

Maryland

– Cheverly

Maine

– State Legislature

– Bar Harbor

– Camden

– Mount Desert

– Waterville

Massachusetts

– Boston

Michigan

– Alma

– Berkley

– Charlevoix

– Clawson

– Grand Rapids

– Lake Orion

– Lansing

– Livonia

– Marquette

– Oak Park

– Petoskey

– Plymouth

– Resort Township

– Royal Oak

– Southfield

– Troy

Minnesota

– Minneapolis (rejected)

Missouri

– Columbia

Montana

– Helena

New Jersey

– Bloomfield

– Maplewood

– Montclair

New Mexico

– Los Alamos (rejected)

New York

– Cooperstown

– New York City

– Orange County

– Rockland County

North Carolina

– Chapel Hill

Ohio

– Athens

– Columbus

– Dayton

Oklahoma

– Broken Arrow

-Tulsa

Oregon

– Salem

Pennsylvania

– Doylestown

– Pittsburgh

Texas

– Corpus Christi

– Dallas

– Galveston

– Houston

Utah

– Park City

– Salt Lake City

Virginia

– Roanoke

– Staunton

Washington

– Bellingham

– Clark County

– Kirkland

– Spokane

– Vancouver

– Vashon and Maury Island Community Council

– White Salmon

West Virginia

– Charleston

Wisconsin

– Monona

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