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Volume 20 March 2014

——————————— Stop Smart Meters! Bulletin Vol. 20 March 2014 PO Box 682 Portola, CA 96122 ——————————— QUOTE OF THE MONTH (Courtesy of the Cecils) “Politicians and diapers must be changed often, and for the same reason.” -Mark Twain CONTENTS … Continue reading

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Fort Collins CO Stands Up to Council Corruption

On April 15th, residents of Fort Collins, CO outraged by the treatment of Virginia Farver and others by City staff and law enforcement, rose up and attended the city council meeting en masse to demand the removal of smart meters … Continue reading

Posted in Citizen rebellion, Colorado, Democracy, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, Environmental Concerns, health effects, Installer Threats and Assaults, neighborhood organizing, radio-frequency radiation, Smart Grid | 1 Comment

Fort Collins Smart Meter Q&A with Josh Hart

Thanks to We Are Change Colorado for their video work and for posting this video of our Q&A session following yesterday’s screening of Take Back Your Power

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“WhistleStop Smart Meters” Take Back Your Power US Tour

Despite the turmoil of having our electricity disconnected on February 19th, and being embroiled in dispute with our local utility company, the show must go on!  We’ll be taking Stop Smart Meters! and the Take Back Your Power film on … Continue reading

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Getting from ‘Smart’ to Wise: SF Panel Set to Plot New Course

From Ecological Options Network: This post encourages you to check out the landmark report “Getting Smarter About the Smart Grid,” authored by energy expert Dr. Timothy Schoechle, published by the National Institute for Science, Law and Public Policy – and … Continue reading

Posted in California, Changing a Meter, Citizen rebellion, Class Issues and Social Equality, Climate Change, Democracy, Environmental Concerns, Federal Government, Home Area Network, neighborhood organizing, San Francisco, Smart Grid | 3 Comments