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Ohio Utility Commission Rules Against Three Women Who Can’t Afford Smart Meter “Opt- Out” Fees

How many people do you know who would refuse smart meters but can’t afford the “opt out” fees? Three women in Ohio filed legal complaints with the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO).  They have cited health reasons for not … Continue reading

Posted in Changing a Meter, Class Issues and Social Equality, Democracy, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, legal issues, Ohio, radio-frequency radiation, Smart Grid | 4 Comments

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

Posted in Citizen rebellion, Democracy, Indiana, Kentucky, neighborhood organizing, Ohio, Uncategorized | 2 Comments

Disabled Woman’s Power Restored After Public Outcry in Ohio

Coverage from The Blaze: “A handicapped woman in western Ohio has to battle the freezing winter weather this (last) weekend because she refused to allow the local power company to install a “smart meter” on her property. Brenda Hawk has … Continue reading

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Plumas Wired!

Post from January, 2019 regarding Plumas County Telecommunications Ordinance We apologize for the delay in returning calls to our Stop Smart Meters! toll-free hotline. We have been busy the last few weeks working to strengthen our local telecommunications ordinance in … Continue reading

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A Growing Smart Meter Resistance in the Bluegrass State

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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