Monthly Archives: February 2017

BREAKING: Maryland State Advisory Council to Dept of Education — recommend school districts reduce school Wi-Fi

From Environmental Health  Trust February 27, 2017 First State in the Nation: Maryland State Advisory Council Recommends Reducing School WiFi Children’s environmental health experts respond to new US study linking wireless radiofrequency radiation to cancer after the American Academy of … Continue reading

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Transcript, news coverage of California Department of Public Health lawsuit

From CBS San Francisco Bay Area February 24, 2017 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6akSJBtItvw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xsuxpXruURM http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2017/02/24/judge-orders-california-to-release-papers-discussing-risk-of-cell-phone-use/ TRANSCRIPT: Phil Matier: Welcome back. California could have to hand over some documents they’ve been trying to keep under wraps. Maria Medina: It’s interesting. A Superior Court judge … Continue reading

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BREAKING: Judge rules California Dept of Public Health must release 2010 report on cell phone risks; CDPH says it would cause panic

The CDPH report was written in 2010, before the WHO cancer assessment and extensive additional research including the NTP study results showing carcinogenic effect, DNA damage and lower birth weights.  The FCC says no evidence of a “definite” link — … Continue reading

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Lawsuit in Illinois: Consumer group appeals Smart Meter 4th Amendment violations to 7th Circuit Court of Appeals

From Smart Grid Awareness By K.T. Weaver, SkyVision Solutions February 22, 2017 Key Points Made in Appeal Brief As a matter of law, NSMA members have a reasonable expectation of privacy for data acquired from inside their homes.  The Kyllo … Continue reading

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Industry scientist paid $14,681 for one day of testimony promoting Smart Meters

Dr. Leeka Kheifets, lately of UCLA, but also connected to the utility industry’s Electric Power Research Institute and the World Health Organization conflict-of-interest filled EMF Project, has frequently appeared for PG&E, APS, and other utility companies to vouch for Smart Meter … Continue reading

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Bioinitiative website provides searchable research database

From the CTIA (formerly known as the Cellular Telephone Industry Association) website: From time to time, some researchers report that a study shows a possible connection between radio frequency fields and a health problem. These reports are sometimes the subject of … Continue reading

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Ohio smart water meter coverup: 72,000 billing complaints, “skyrocketing bills” for Cleveland Water customers; critical meter installation error or other problems?

Excellent investigative report from News 5 Cleveland by Ron Regan February 15, 2017 Excerpts: Cleveland Water uses Elster meters. Incorrect meter programming leads to billing error, but water officials failed to inform customers with skyrocketing bills A Cleveland water customer will high … Continue reading

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Disabled veteran disputes bill increase, smart meter reading

On the newscast. the reporters say that they’ve been hearing from other people about high bills, and they give information on the two upcoming Michigan legislature hearings on the Smart Meter bill. From ABC 12, Michigan VIDEO on website By … Continue reading

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Michigan: Bipartisan support for legislation; HB 4220 bans opt-out fees; utilities would be forced to remove unwanted Smart Meters

House Bill #4220 Click to access 2017-HIB-4220.pdf From WZZM ABC 13 by April Stevens February 17, 2017 LANSING, MICH. – Michigan homeowners may be able to reject ‘smart meters’ at no charge under a bipartisan legislation introduced by Rep. Gary … Continue reading

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Maine: Bill eliminating opt-out fees gets state hearing February 14

Maine Legislature February 14, 2017 Hearing:  Energy, Utilities, & Technology Committee 1 PM EST Hearing on SP 75 / LD 229 (introduced by Maine Senator Dave Miramant) Audio Broadcast Page: http://legislature.maine.gov/committee/#Audio/211 SP 75/LD 229 An Act To Prohibit an Electric Utility … Continue reading

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