Senator Anna Kaplan of New York introduced a bill on March 3rd, 2020 to study the health and environmental impacts associated with exposure to 5G wireless radiation frequencies. This has just come to our attention now. The bill calls upon the Department of Health and the Department of Environmental Conservation, in cooperation with the Office of Technology Services, to “…jointly study and evaluate the health and environmental impacts of the implementation of fifth generation (5G) and future generation wireless systems technology and small cell distribution antenna systems in the state.”
Read the bill here and encourage your state representatives to establish a commission to study the health and environmental effects of 5G today! All you have to do is send them this sample bill!
There are many initiatives that are currently taking place, despite the fact that they’re receiving no mainstream media attention. For example, in the state of New Hampshire a 5G Bill HB 522 asks, “Why have 1,000s of peer-reviewed studies, including the recently published U.S. Toxicology Program 16-year $30 million study, that are showing a wide range of statistically significant DNA damage, brain and heart tumors, infertility, and so many other ailments, being ignored by the Federal Communication Commission (FCC)?” and, “Why have more than 220 of the worlds leading scientists signed an appeal to the WHO and the United Nations to protect public health from wireless radiation and nothing has been done?”
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