Derrick Broze, TMU
On May 29, the Louisiana House unanimously voted to have the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality and the Department of Health study the effects of 5G technology on the environment and public health. The Louisiana legislature passed House Resolution 145 with a vote of 103 in favor and zero representatives voting against the measure. The bill calls for the results of the study to be submitted to the Louisiana House Committee on Natural Resources and Environment as well as the House Committee on Health and Welfare no later than sixty days prior to the start of the 2020 Regular Session of the Louisiana Legislature.
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By Ty Bollinger
March 15, 2019
On Wednesday, the Portland, OR city council took two paradoxical votes regarding the new 5G wireless network. First, they voted unanimously to approve a resolution that would call on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to conduct studies regarding the health risks of 5G technology. Then, in a seemingly contradictory 4 to 1 vote, they approved a 10-year franchise for AT&T to operate in the city. AT&T is one of many corporations working to build a 5G network in Portland.
Before we unpack the latest developments in the 5G saga, let’s do a quick recap of what 5G is, and why you should be concerned.
What is 5G?
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By B.N. Frank Activist Post and sister publication, Natural Blaze, have already published many articles about the ongoing nightmare that is being marketed as the “Race for 5G.” Never heard of this? It involves installing millions of 4G and 5G small cell towers and related wireless infrastructure pretty much everywhere – including in front of…Read more, videos & sign petition
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