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California Gov. Newsom faces recall election Tuesday; Sacramento journalists expose California fires, PG&E, Gavin Newsom, and CPUC in series “Fire-Power-Money”

From ABC10 KXTV Sacramento Fire-Power-Money http://www.firepowermoney.com https://www.abc10.com/article/news/local/abc10-originals/fire-power-money-california-wildfires-investigation-pge/103-c273fb35-1c43-4d9a-9bdc-3d7971e5540b For nearly three years, ABC10’s Fire – Power – Money team has been at the forefront covering California’s wildfire crisis, the danger of PG&E’s power lines, and how the company avoids accountability.  Now, … Continue reading

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Maryland utility commission rejects Pepco’s Smart LED Streetlight and Smart Sensor proposals

Monday, June 28, the Maryland Public Service Commission rejected a multi-million dollar proposal by the Potomac Electric Power Company (Pepco) to install ‘smart’ LED lights in streetlights and wireless ‘smart’ nodes/sensors to expand their wireless AMI network. Order No. 89868 … Continue reading

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Impartiality versus 2020 Health Council of the Netherlands evaluation of 5G and cancer risks; expert urges 5G moratorium and considerable reduction of existing RF radiation

Dr. Lennart Hardell is a well-known scientist and researcher on cancer who has for years spoken out on the health impacts of wireless. In this paper he critiques ICNIRP, the standard setting body that virtually every country in the world … Continue reading

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Breaking: Maine legislature passes bill to purchase Central Maine Power and create publicly owned electric utility

Maine residents rallied at the capitol in Augusta June 30 to urge lawmakers to pass L.D. 1708. The bill passed both houses of the legislature, and now goes to Gov. Janet Mills’ desk. The legislation replaces Central Maine Power with … Continue reading

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Dennis Kucinich announces release of new book on fight against a utility monopoly

The Division of Light and Power is the thoroughly documented true story of one courageous American mayor, who fought, and beat a utility monopoly in an epic battle which involved corporate espionage and sabotage, bank co-conspirators, extortion, political corruption, organized … Continue reading

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Maine: Judge to hear Smart Meter disability discrimination case; denies CMP motion to dismiss

Press Release Press Contact: William Most (504) 509-5023 / williammost(at)gmail.com Portland, ME, April 1, 2021 –On July 7, 2020 Bowdoinham resident Ed Friedman filed a disability/discrimination lawsuit against Central Maine Power (CMP) in Portland’s U.S. District Court. The suit, brought … Continue reading

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PG&E refunds Smart Meter “opt-out” fees to EMF-disabled customer

April 22, 2021 On April 16, Pacific Gas and Electric refunded Smart Meter “opt-out” fees paid by the family of Nina Beety who is disabled by electromagnetic sensitivity. Beety requested disabled accommodation from PG&E to have analog electromechanical meters on … Continue reading

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Maine PUC rescinds analog meter opt-out for CMP customers

15 June 2021Hallowell, Maine MPUC Commissioners Continue in Callous Disregard for Ratepayers This morning during Maine PUC deliberations beginning at 10 am, in less than 8 minutes the three commissioners rescinded a hard-fought electromechanical opt out from smart meters in … Continue reading

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World Electrosensitivity / Electromagnetic Sensitivity Day — 16 June, 2021

Thank you to the French organization, Cœurs d’EHS, for once again organizing World Electrosensitivity Day. This is the 4th Annual Electrosensitivity Day and will be held on 16th June 2021. Let’s make the invisible visible! Leaflet to distribute from Electromagnetic … Continue reading

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Report on fire and electrical hazards of “Smart” and other digital meters – Part 4

This version can be translated with the translation tool available on this site. OVERVIEW:Fire and Electrical Hazards from ‘Smart’, Wireless, PLC, and Digital Utility Meters – Part 4 Nina BeetyJuly, 2019PDF of full report Continued from Part 3… Inaction from regulatory … Continue reading

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