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Maryland’s “Bill of Rights” for the electric power companies

With the arrival of Wireless Smart Meters, many states have granted their electric power companies greatly expanded rights.  These expanded rights trample, in many ways, on rights that have been regarded as personal rights for a very long time. In the attached document, Dr. Ronald Powell provides a ratepayer’s view of the expanded rights granted […]

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Health Argument for Replacing Wireless “Smart” Meters with Safe Metering Technology in Maryland

This document describes the health problems that the biomedical research community has found caused by exposure to the type of radiation — radiofrequency radiation (at microwave frequencies) — emitted by Wireless Smart Meters. These researchers work to protect the rest of us from harm, but we must be wise enough to listen. Health Argument for […]

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Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe – Electromagnetic Radiation, Health and Children

November 28th, 2014 Outstanding talk by Dr. Erica Mallery-Blythe on non ionizing radiation and its effect on humans. This talk was presented recently at a meeting of the Physicians’ Health Initiative for Radiation and Environment (PHIRE). Dr. Mallery-Blythe’s discussion covers the difficulty in assessing ambient exposure levels, some of the mechanistic effects of EMFs, how susceptibility varies between […]

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Report: A Perspective on How Smart Meters Invade Individual Privacy

Introduction from Author, K. T. Weaver: This document outlines a perspective that demonstrates that installation and use digital smart meters by a Utility represents an unprecedented invasion of privacy and, under certain circumstances, can be considered an unreasonable search in violation of the Fourth Amendment of the United States Constitution. Although countless people claim that […]

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Kaiser Permanente Research Division: “Unknown does not mean safe”

De-Kun Li, MD, PhD, MPH, is a senior research scientist at the Division of Research, Kaiser Permanente Northern California.  Dr. Li was invited to provide his professional opinion concerning the safety of Smart Meters.  In this letter, Dr. Li clearly states that there are no national or international standards for safety levels of radiofrequency and […]

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Registered Smart Meter Complaints in Maryland

Have You Been Betrayed by Your Smart Meter?—Well You are Not Alone: Registered Smart Meter Complaints in Maryland By Rebecca Hanna-Diener, Director of Public Relations for Maryland Smart Meter Awareness. (6/19/14) Everyone knows if a product or service is genuinely good, it will sell itself. That is far from the case with the new wireless […]

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Maryland Smart Meter Awareness Files Motion of Reconsideration with PSC

Jonathan Libber, president of Maryland Smart Meter Awareness (MSMA) today filed a motion for reconsideration with the Maryland Public Service Commission’s (PSC) regarding its opt out Order of February 26th.  Although the Order provided Maryland ratepayers the right to officially opt out from having a smart meter installed on their homes, MSMA submits that BGE, […]

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