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Radiofrequency (RF) Fields: Possibly, Probably, or Definitely Carcinogenic — The Evidence Mounts Toward the Latter

Evidence is mounting for RF radiation being considered definitely carcinogenic. This article shows how research data has accumulated over the past couple of years showing a progression from Group 2B to Group 2A, and finally to Group 1. In addition, evidence continues to mount regarding other types of adverse biological effects caused by RF radiation […]

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Comments submitted to the FCC by Dr. Paul Dart

I am part of a medical advisory group that has spent the last 18 months researching the current medical literature on the biological or “non-thermal” effects of microwave radio frequency transmissions, in an effort to assist the Eugene Water and Electric Board in making prudent decisions on their choices of technology as they consider installing […]

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Customers sue Edison and PG&E over health effects from Smart Meters and the Smart grid

The law firms of David Kyle and Paul Overett have filed suit against SCE Edison and PG&E for health effects from Smart Meters and Smart Grid.  A press conference is scheduled for Wed. June 12th, 12:00 PM at 5150 E. Pacific Coast Hwy, Long Beach, CA 90804. A total of 16 plaintiffs are holding those responsible for […]

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Report: Biological Effects from RF Radiation at Low-Intensity Exposure, based on the BioInitiative 2012 Report, and the Implications for Smart Meters and Smart Appliances

Physicist Ronald M. Powell (Ph.D., Harvard University, 1975), in lay terms, explains the implications of the BioInitiative 2012 Report for Smart Meters and Smart Appliances.  He compares the low RF power density levels at which biological effects were reported in the RF Color Charts in the Report to the calculated RF power density levels that […]

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Take Action: Oppose nomination of Thomas E. Wheeler as Chairman of the FCC

Please call or email the US Senate Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation immediately to voice your opposition to the nomination of Thomas E. Wheeler as Chairman of the FCC Thomas E. Wheeler, a longtime lobbyist for the CTIA (the Wireless Association) and opponent of meaningful RF safety limits in the 1996 Telecommunications Act, has […]

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Attorney General Lisa Madigan: {Smart Meters} Too Expensive for Consumers

Lisa Madigan Opinion Editorial: ComEd Experiment Too Expensive for Consumers Chicago Tribune, June 21, 2011 | Link to article >> Last month, as the Illinois General Assembly’s spring session rushed to a close, ComEd, Ameren and their army of lobbyists were able to muscle a bill through the legislature that will mean a decade of […]

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Attorney General Jepsen urges state regulators to reject CL&P’s plan to replace electric meters with Smart Meters

On Thursday, February 8, 2011, Attorney General George Jepsen released the following letter: HARTFORD – Connecticut Light & Power Co.’s plan to replace existing electric meters with advanced technology would be very expensive and would not save enough electricity for its 1.2 million customers to justify the expense, Attorney General George Jepsen said Tuesday. Jepsen made the comments […]

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Guide for Legislative Campaign for January 2013 Session ~ Support HB 1038: No Cost Opt Out of Smart Meters in Maryland (hearing on Thurs. March 14)

Guide for Legislative Campaign for January 2013 Session ~ Support HB 1038: No Cost Opt Out of Smart Meters in Maryland (hearing on Thurs. March 14)

Guide for Legislative Campaign 2013 Introduction This guide is designed for residents of Maryland  to be used in contacting their respective state representatives in Annapolis for the 2013 session that begins in January of 2013.  This guide works regardless of whether you have internet access, although using the internet may be more efficient.  This guide […]

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