Author Archives: Josh Hart

A Growing Smart Meter Resistance in Kentucky

You may be wondering, what is going on with smart meters in Kentucky?  A helpful supporter sent us this update to post about organizing efforts and where things stand with regard to smart meter resistance in the bluegrass state: 2017 … Continue reading

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Justice for Smart Meter Crimes Against Rebecca and her Heart

Rebecca’s Justice, Rebecca’s Heart A Smart Meter Medical-Legal Case for us all Join Rebecca: Let’s get the California Supreme Court to legally protect our rights in court as we face continuous exposure to unwanted RF radiation. Rebecca was seriously injured … Continue reading

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CA Bill SB 649 Would Force Transmitters Outside Your Home

Tell California State Senators: “NO” on SB 649- NO Small Cell Invasion California pending legislation SB649 would streamline placement of ​5G ​small cell Distributed Antenna System​s​ (DAS) on electric and light poles in front of businesses and residences, even while … Continue reading

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We’re the Utilities, Spying on You, Selling Your Data, and Laughing all the Way to the Bank!

If there were any doubt left that utilities are using, analyzing, and profiling you and what you do in the privacy of your home based on your smart meter readings, take a look at this cheerful video from Onzo, a … Continue reading

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“NO 5G” Rally in Washington DC April 20th

An Alert from Whatis5G.info: PLEASE JOIN US FOR A RALLY OUTSIDE THE FCC ON THURSDAY, APRIL 20th The rally will take place from 9:00 – 10:15 am (at 445 12th Street SW, Washington, DC) after which people are encouraged to … Continue reading

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