CHD Chairman, Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., will lead the legal team which includes seasoned telecommunications and administrative law attorney Scott McCollough.
Contributed to TLB by: The Children’s Health Defense Team
Children’s Health Defense (CHD) is leading a historic legal action against the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) for its refusal to review their 25 year old guidelines, and to promulgate scientific, human evidence-based radio frequency emissions (“RF”) rules that adequately protect public health from wireless technology radiation. The Petition contends the agency’s actions are capricious and not evidence-based. The Petition was filed on 2/2/2020 in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. →
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Parents in California are requesting that a cell tower located on the campus of their children’s elementary school be removed. This comes after four students and two teachers were diagnosed with brain cancer in just three years, although the tower has been there longer than that. Some students at the school have already left as a result of the spike in cancer cases and recently, 200 parents attended a school board meeting demanding action. It’s a kindergarten through eighth-grade school that has approximately 400 students.
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By B.N. Frank Many of us and our loved ones have multiple personal digital and electronic devices that emit cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation as well as other sources of Electrical Pollution (Electrosmog). Decades of research has proven exposure to this can cause harm as well as worsen pre-existing conditions. How harmful depends on…Read more & short video
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