Author Archives: Josh Hart

The Health of the People is the Highest Law…

  ….but some politicians and utility executives seem to have forgotten this. Let’s help them remember.

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California Governor Brown VETOES SB649

On October 15th, 2017 Governor Brown VETOED SB649, a bill that would have allowed the telecom industry to bypass traditional planning channels at the local government level, and install new cell towers on every power pole in the state with … Continue reading

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Plumas County’s Telecommunications Ordinance Process: Opportunities and Threats

This opinion piece appeared today in Plumas County Newspapers: We probably all agree we want quality internet and phone connections that are fast, secure, affordable, safe and reliable. The Planning Commission is currently drafting a new telecommunications ordinance for Plumas … Continue reading

Posted in California, Cancer, Cell phones, Democracy, health effects, landlines, legal issues, neighborhood organizing, Physicians, Plumas County, radio-frequency radiation, Safety, World Health Organization | 1 Comment

The Invisible Rainbow- Arthur Firstenberg

Released on Earth Day this year, The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and Life is the culmination of EMF activist Arthur Firstenberg’s long career fighting wireless infrastructure. The Invisible Rainbow is “easy to read, hard to put down, sublimely … Continue reading

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CA Legislature Approves SB649 By Narrow Margin– CALL GOVERNOR NOW TO VETO

California residents are strongly advised to speak out against SB649 which was (shamefully and barely) approved by the legislature on Sept. 13th/ 14th.  This terrible bill now heads to the governor’s desk.  Make a quick call to Gov. Brown now … Continue reading

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