Author Archives: Josh Hart

CA State Senate Approves SB 649

Update 6/1/17: SB 649 was passed by the State Senate on May 31st 2017. It goes next to Assembly committees and possibly on to the Assembly floor. Detailed information/ updates about the bill here.  Contact Your CA State Assemblymember Today- … Continue reading

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“Smart Attack”

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Update on Mass Call-in to State Senate for #SB649

Appropriations Committee, May 15, 2017 Update: A huge thank-you to everyone who called in to the Appropriations Committee hearing conference call despite the technical problems and the short notice. Many couldn’t get through because the Scientists4wiredtech.com web portal was shut … Continue reading

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RED ALERT ON CALIFORNIA 5G SATURATION BILL SB 649

      Scientists, physicians, and local governments throughout California are raising the alarm about Senate Bill SB649 (similar bills exist in other states), which would eliminate the established planning control that local governments currently have over the placement of … Continue reading

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Unhappy Duke Energy Customers in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. Are you one of them?

On January 24, 2017, WCPO Cincinnati reporter, John Matarese produced a story about Southwest Ohio and Northern Kentucky customers who had contacted him about astronomical utility bills. “Why Your Duke Bill’s So High Despite Warm Month”  He also posted a … Continue reading

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