Monthly Archives: January 2018

Kentucky utilities try again to get approval for Smart Meter roll-out; Attorney General calls proposal “premature”

Last March, [Attorney General Andy] Beshear successfully fought to get smart meters cleaved from a plan to increases rates as too expensive. “After careful review of the filings in this case, we find little support that smart meter deployment will … Continue reading

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Cell phone and cordless phone use causes brain cancer: a new review

From Safer EMR December 4, 2017 Increased Brain Tumor Risk from Wireless Phone Use: 2017 Supplement to the BioInitiative Report Radio frequency radiation should be classified as “carcinogenic to humans” (Group 1). In May, 2011, radio frequency radiation (RFR) was … Continue reading

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Retired U.S. government physicist warns Maryland legislature about Smart Meters and wireless exposure

Posted on What is 5G January 13, 2018 In this letter, Ronald M. Powell Ph.D. urges Maryland State Legislators to protect the health of the people of Maryland from the onslaught of wireless radiation. This document addresses the health impacts … Continue reading

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Braces, earrings, and hip replacements: metal in or near the body can increase a person’s absorption of wireless radiation (RFR)

From Environmental Health Trust Metal Can Increase Wireless Radiation Absorption Into The Body  Published Research Indicates That Metal Implants Effect Electromagnetic Radiation Absorption Into The Body The presence of metal in or near the body can significantly increase a person’s … Continue reading

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Capitol Weekly picks AT&T’s Bill Devine as 11th most influential person in Sacramento

Capitol Weekly publishes a yearly list of the top 100 influential behind-the-scenes power players in state government. AT&T lobbyist Bill Devine was rated #11 for 2017. Capitol Weekly describes him as “ubiquitous in Capitol corridors,” “AT&T’s Field General.” The Los … Continue reading

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California: Former PG&E executive Nancy McFadden named 2017 most influential person in state capitol — “she runs the government”

Every year, Capitol Weekly picks the top 100 most influential, behind-the-scenes power players in California government. In August, Capitol Weekly named former PG&E executive Nancy McFadden as # 1 for 2017 — the most influential person in Sacramento. “She runs the … Continue reading

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