Don’t Want 4G or 5G Small Cell Towers Near Your Home? Activists Take the Fight to Washington

By B.N. Frank

Activists who defeated the heinous “Small Cell” bills in California and New York recently started lobbying in Washington, DC against federal Wireless Infrastructure Order, S 3157 and related bills dockets 17-79 and 17-84 which unfortunately were passed on September 26.  This federal legislation severely limits municipal control over the installation of small cell towers and related wireless infrastructure in all American communities both above ground and below.  Wireless companies may now easily install this infrastructure pretty much wherever they want – including in front of homes, public rights of ways, and historic districts.  This is sometimes being promoted as the “Race for 5G” and “Smart Cities.”

Even if you’re not concerned about you and your loved ones being exposed 24/7 to intense, pulsed, data-modulated, Radio-frequency Electromagnetic Microwave Radiation (RF-EMR) everywhere you go in your community, this infrastructure will still significantly reduce your property value if it’s installed near your home.

Decades of research has already proven that all sources of cell phone and wireless WiFi radiation is harmful biologically and environmentally.  This isn’t just about cancer risk.  Insurance companies aren’t even interested in doing business with telecom companies anymore.  What does that tell you?

Activist Post has already published many articles all of this before, including the clear federal plan to undermine the 10th Amendment to the Constitution (states rights).

To protect the local protections already achieved in CA and elsewhere, activists formed Broadband — Our Town, Our ChoiceThey are trying to raise funds for the fight in Washington, DC against this horrible legislation. You can visit them directly HERE to learn more about their mission.

#OurTownOurChoice, #4G, #5G, #Fiber, #Broadband, #DigitalDivide


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