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NRDC: The Challenge of Nonionizing Radiation – A Proposal for Legislation / 1979

Once again, progress threatens to roll right over the regulators, leaving them to clean up the mess, as has been the case with air and water pollution. In this in-depth and timely article, Karen Massey, project attorney for the Natural … Continue reading

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Video: FCC and the OTARD rule – eliminating state and local regulatory authority in order to deploy 4G and 5G

The FCC plans to revise and expand its Over-The-Air Reception Device  (OTARD) rule to allow 4G and 5G antennas/small cells on private property and eliminate state and local control over them. https://www.fcc.gov/document/fcc-proposes-modernize-rule-over-air-reception-devices-0 If adopted, antennas of a certain size could … Continue reading

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More email revelations: JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank, Citigroup, BoA, and UBS oppose CPUC reform, want continued “supportive” agency

Reform of utility regulatory agencies is presently impossible. Public outcry is essential, and by and large, the public doesn’t care. Secondly, regulatory commissions in the United States are industry-facing, together with their parent organization the National Association of Regulatory Utility … Continue reading

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