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Another Utility Lie Exposed – “Smart” Meters are Little Used for Outage Alerts

Information & Perspective by Warren Woodward Sedona, Arizona ~ April 29, 2015 As part of their “smart” meter propaganda, utilities nationwide – including ones in Arizona – have promoted a myth that “smart” meters reduce their response time to outages. … Continue reading

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Judge Rules Electric Utility’s Smart Meter Opt Out Fees Violate State Law; PSREC Refuses to Reconnect

PLUMAS-SIERRA RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE ACTED ILLEGALLY WHEN IT CUT OFF ELECTRICITY TO HART FAMILY QUINCY, CA — A utility cooperative in rural Northern California has been ordered by Plumas County Superior Court Judge Janet Hilde to:  “…cancel the opt out … Continue reading

Posted in California, Citizen rebellion, Class Issues and Social Equality, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, Fundraising, health effects, legal issues, Physicians, Plumas County, Police, PSREC, radio-frequency radiation, Smart Grid | 15 Comments

Vol. 26 Feb. 2015

Stop Smart Meters! Bulletin Volume 26, February 2015 Twitter: @stopsmeters P.O. Box 682 Portola, CA 96122 US QUOTE OF THE MONTH “Let the axe Strike at the root, the poison-tree will fall”           -Percy Shelley, … Continue reading

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Standing Up to the Sleaze and Rot that Kills

One of the anti-smart meter activists I work with recently commented that the “CPUC has lost touch with reality”.   Certainly a strong grip on reality has not been one of the CPUC’s strong suits.  A recent spot on critique … Continue reading

Posted in California, Cancer, Changing a Meter, Citizen rebellion, CPUC, Democracy, Fires, health effects, neighborhood organizing, radio-frequency radiation, Smart Grid | 1 Comment

Volume 22 August 2014

——————————— Stop Smart Meters! Bulletin Vol. 22 August 2014 Contact: info[at]stopsmartmeters[dot]org PO Box 682 Portola, CA 96122 United States ——————————— QUOTE OF THE MONTH (Courtesy of the Cecils) “An invasion of armies can be resisted, but not an idea … Continue reading

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