Category Archives: neighborhood organizing

Smart Meter Injury Testimonials

If you ever think to yourself, “oh maybe it’s not that bad- maybe people are exaggerating the health threat posed by smart meters…” read this document (pdf) and print it out for your family. The document contains Stop Smart Meters! … Continue reading

Posted in California, Citizen rebellion, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, health effects, Maine, neighborhood organizing, PG&E, radio-frequency radiation, Safety, Santa Cruz County, Smart Grid, U.K. | 2 Comments

New Stop Smart Meters! Toll-Free Hotline Available for Your “Burning” Smart Meter Questions

If you have questions about organizing in your community to stop smart meters or other wireless technologies, feel free to call our new toll free US hotline (888) 965-6435. This is a service especially vital for those who do not … Continue reading

Posted in Changing a Meter, Citizen rebellion, neighborhood organizing | 2 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 list … Continue reading

Posted in Changing a Meter, Citizen rebellion, Democracy, legal issues, neighborhood organizing, Smart Grid | 4 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

Posted in Citizen rebellion, Democracy, health effects, neighborhood organizing, Privacy, radio-frequency radiation, Smart Grid, Texas, Water meters | Comments Off on Smithville, TX Awareness Sparks Smart Meter Backlash