Author Archives: Josh Hart

Stop Smart Meters! Letter to the California Assembly Local Govt. Committee

Update June 26th, 2017: We’ve received word that recent amendments to SB 649 mean that “macro” cell towers would also no longer be subject to local planning control.  This bill would essentially deregulate the entire wireless industry in California and … Continue reading

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Opinion: Bill would Turn California Utility Poles into Cell Towers

By Nina Beety, Guest Commentary Most utility poles will become cell towers under (California) Senate Bill 649. The bill strips municipal governments of decision-making power. Spaced approximately every 10-20 homes, cell antennas will hang in one or more clusters on … Continue reading

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Nina Beety: AT&T is Stealing our Landlines

By Nina Beety, Guest Commentary The public paid for America’s sturdy, reliable and essential copperline landline infrastructure through rates and tax-subsidized incentive programs. But AT&T wants to eliminate copperline service. Most Californians don’t know this. “Dependable” is not in vogue, … Continue reading

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AT&T Wants to Replace Your Landline with a Cell Tower- Seriously

Many AT&T customers have recently received the above notice in their monthly bills. The notice threatens to disconnect your service unless you allow “network equipment ” (likely wireless transmitters) to be installed on your home though AT&T have been vague … Continue reading

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Wireless Public Health Warning Cards en Español

Stop Smart Meters! is excited to announce the publication of our popular Public Health Awareness cards en Español, in order to more effectively reach out internationally and to the more than 40 million Spanish speakers in the United States. The … Continue reading

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