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Electromagnetic Sensitivity page updated with Fair Housing Act information

Important information has been added to the Electromagnetic Sensitivity page about the U.S. Fair Housing Act. The section excerpted discusses the prohibition of discrimination on the basis of disability. Notice that the rules don’t just pertain to the sale or … Continue reading

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“State-sanctioned tyranny”: Michigan senator criticizes regulatory commission’s mandated Smart Meters and condemns power shut-offs by DTE; 100s disconnected in Michigan for refusing Smart Meters

Power to the people By Sen. Patrick Colbeck 7th Senate District October 19, 2017 In today’s modern society, we are more dependent upon reliable access to electricity than ever before. That is why the recent actions taken by DTE Energy … Continue reading

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California legislature recognizes people with electromagnetic sensitivities as disabled

Since May, the California Legislature has provided ADA accommodation for people disabled by electromagnetic sensitivities (EMS). This is the first California legislative session to acknowledge EMS and to arrange accommodation and access for the EMF-disabled so that they can participate … Continue reading

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The fight for disabled rights – the 1977 504 sit-in and protests (VIDEO)

Civil rights for the disabled are a recent achievement. The disabled in many ways were excluded from ordinary participation in society. Their civil rights were only secured by much hard work, outreach, and protests, and it is still a partial … Continue reading

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Are you disabled by exposure to electromagnetic radiation and wireless devices? How does the Americans with Disabilities Act define disability?

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) provides a definition of what disability is. It is not a list of “officially” recognized disabilities. That is a very important distinction. Congress has been adamant that the ADA rules are to be interpreted … Continue reading

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U.S. Access Board recognized electromagnetic sensitivity as real and a potential disability in 2002

“Advancing full access and inclusion for all” In 2002, the Architectural and Transportation Barriers Compliance Board, also known as the United States Access Board, issued new accessibility guidelines for recreation facilities covered by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). “The … Continue reading

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Autism study finds alterations in both blood-brain barrier and intestinal permeability; autism is “fastest-growing developmental disability in the U.S.”

“Although we are fairly certain that there is a genetic component, there are many pathways for an individual to arrive at autism’s final destination. ” — Alessio Fasano, MD From Massachusetts General Hospital Press Release January 18, 2017 Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) … Continue reading

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