States Fighting 5G Streamlining Bills include California and New York; Legal Letter Addresses Constitutional Issues

By B.N. Frank

Some Americans have referred to 5G deployment as a form of “environmental racism”.  Opposition to both 4G and 5G deployment is increasing due to concerns about reduced property value (see 1, 2, 3), public safety (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7), health (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9), cybersecurity, energy consumption (see 1, 2), and other environmental concerns.

The National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA) recently published a report recommending that the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) give telecom installation authority back to municipal governments.  Legislators continue to ask that the FCC include state, local, and tribal input on broadband deployment.  The FCC is supposed to protect Americans the telecom industry.  Unfortunately, the agency has been catering to the industry instead for decades (see 1, 2).  This has become more dangerous with the “Race to 5G.”

Activist Post has already highlighted activism against 5G in California and New York.  Thanks to Environmental Health Trust for posting updates from these states on their website.

For California:

Legal Letter: The Constitutional Issues of the 5G Streamlining Bills in California

Attorney Harry Lehmann sent Secretary of the California State Senate a letter  on the constitutional issues of the 5G streamlining bills moving forward at a rapid pace in California.

“These are the basic First Amendment rights of the people to advise their government of positions and grievances, and these are also rights of access to government which in my view are protected under the Bagley-Keene Open Meetings Act of 2004, and, in my estimate, protected Due Process rights under both the U. S.  and California Constitutions.”


Legal Letters by the Law Office of Harry Lehmann Regarding the 2021 California Streamlining Bills 

For New York:

Action Alert: New York 5G Bills

Urgent Action Items from 5G Crisis 
Two 5G bills and a tight timeline. Make those phones ring!

For New York Residents:

Hey New Yorkers, we have a bill in the Assembly (A6448) and the Senate (S5926) that, when passed,  would establish a commission to study the health and environmental effects of 5G technology.

Getting the bill introduced wasn’t easy, but now our brave legislators who went out on a limb need your strong support!

If you’re a New York resident, we urgently need you to call your state representatives and tell them to support these important bills.

It only takes a few seconds to call, and the return on your time investment can be HUGE.

Learn more about these two “same-as” bills below:

Info. Flyer on New York State 5G Bills

Link to Bill S 5926

Link to Bill A 6448

If you live in New York, click the red button below and enter your mailing address to find out who your New York State representatives are (you have one State Assembly representative and one State Senate representative).

When you call, simply say that you want your representative to support and/or co-sponsor either the Assembly bill or the Senate bill (depending on who you’re calling). For example, if you live in Scarsdale, New York, Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins is your State Senator. So, you would call the Senator’s office and say that you want the Senator to support and/or co-sponsor Senate Bill 5926.

Again, please note that the wording for both the 5G Assembly bill and the 5G Senate bill is exactly the same.

Contact Your NY State Reps!Contact Your NY State Reps!

For All Other Residents: If you don’t live in New York, please encourage your state representatives to follow in New Hampshire and New York’s footsteps by sending them this sample legislation calling for the establishment of a commission to evaluate the environmental and health effects of the deployment of 5G wireless technology.

Contact Your State Reps Now!

Sample 5G Legislation Available Here

General 5G Action Toolkit Here

Telecom experts, The Irregulators, filed a lawsuit against the FCC.  Americans have already paid to have safer access to high-speed internet via fiber optics (see also 1, 2, 3, 4), hence, the agency should NOT be giving more tax payer dollars to telecom companies to install unsafe technology (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5).

Lawsuits have also been filed against the FCC for NOT protecting the public from unsafe levels of cell phone and WiFi radiation as well as unwanted and unsafe 5G installation on Earth (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5) and in space.

Unfortunately, even where municipal input is being considered, the FCC has amended the “OTARD Rule” so that private property owners may install 5G and WiFi antennas to broadcast into neighborhoods without obtaining a permit or notifying anybody.

Activist Post reports regularly about 5G and other unsafe technology.  For more information visit our archives and the following websites.

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