Author Archives: Josh Hart

Defend our Safe and Reliable Analog Landline Telephones

Update Friday, May 27th: AB2395 has been left in the “suspense” file and will likely not be moving through the legislature this year. All your calls, e-mails, and letters made a difference! Thank you for taking action to defend our … Continue reading

Posted in California, Citizen rebellion, landlines | 1 Comment

Video of April 13th California Landline-Killing AB2395 Hearing

**Contact the State Assembly Appropriations Committee Who Will Vote Soon on this Bill – Tell Them to: SAVE LANDLINES and VOTE NO ON AB2395** Timepoints for the above video of the Utilities Committee Hearing on April 13th CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLY … Continue reading

Posted in California, Cancer, Cell phones, Citizen rebellion, CPUC, Democracy, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, EMF Mitigation, Environmental Concerns, FCC, health effects, landlines, legal issues, radio-frequency radiation, Sacramento, Safety, Smart Grid, World Health Organization | 3 Comments

URGENT ACTION NEEDED: AT&T on Warpath to Destroy California’s Valuable Landline Network

Updated 4/18/16: AB 2395 Threatens California’s Copper Landline Network Last Wednesday, the Assembly Utilities Committee passed AB2395 and it now heads to the Appropriations Committee, possibly on May 4th. The committee listened to a series of corporate and astroturfed comments … Continue reading

Posted in California, Cell phones, Citizen rebellion, Democracy, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, health effects, landlines, neighborhood organizing, radio-frequency radiation | 13 Comments

Guide to North American Smart Meter Policies

Analog meter choice bills are being considered by a number of US state legislatures this year, in response to a drumbeat of public complaints.  These states include: Missouri, Michigan, Maryland, Massachusetts, Ohio, New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas. For a draft … Continue reading

Posted in Changing a Meter, Citizen rebellion, Democracy, legal issues, neighborhood organizing, Smart Grid | 2 Comments

Smithville, TX Awareness Sparks Smart Meter Backlash

SMITHVILLE, TX— Smithville is a small town of about 3800 residents in central Texas, about 40 miles southeast of Austin and about 100 miles northeast of San Antonio. It’s not just the town’s name – even residents say Smithville is … Continue reading

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