Notified! Letters Have Been Sent to Education and Health Officials in All 50 States about EMF/RF Radiation Exposure Risks to Kids

By B.N. Frank

According to poll results published last month, half of parents don’t know how much screen time damages kids’ vision.  Of course, numerous studies have already determined that exposure to blue light from screens and energy-saving light bulbs is biologically harmful and in more ways than how it affects vision (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11).  Other warnings about kids’ screen use (addiction, etc.) have been cited by various experts over the years as well.

Additionally, research has determined that exposure to electromagnetic radiation being emitted by screens and other wireless sources is also especially harmful to children (see 1, 2, 3, 4).  This has already led to schools worldwide replacing Wi-Fi with hardwired internet connections.  Nevertheless, so many American school districts (see 1, 2, 3, 4) and organizations seem to still be encouraging kids to spend more time using and/or being exposed to wireless radiation-emitting technology including increasingly controversial virtual reality (VR) headsets.

Thanks to Environmental Health Trust for writing and sending out letters to officials, etc. in all 50 states about kids’ vulnerability to exposure to common EMF/RF radiation-emitting sources used in schools.  Of course, these letters may be shared with other officials and groups in all 50 states as well.

Letters to State Officials of Health, Education and PTAs

May 3, 2022

https://ehtrust.org/letters-to-state-officials-of-health-education-and-ptas/

ALABAMA
– Secretary of Health John H. Merrill
– Secretary of Education Barbara Cooper

ALASKA
– Commissioner of Education Michael Johnson
– Commissioner of Health Adam Crum

ARIZONA
– Chief of Health Don Herrington
– Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman

ARKANSAS
– Commissioner of the Department of Education Johnny Key
– Secretary of the Department of Health Jose Romero

CALIFORNIA
– Secretary of the Health and Human Services Agency Mark Ghaly
– Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Thurman

COLORADO
– Executive Director of the Department of Public Health And Environment Jill Hunsaker
– Commissioner of Education Katy Anthes

CONNECTICUT
– Commissioner of the Department of Public Health Manisha Juthani
– Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona

DELAWARE
– Secretary of the Department of Health and Social Services Kara Odom
– Secretary of Education Mark Holodick

FLORIDA
– Secretary of Education James Kvaal
– State Surgeon General  Joseph Lapado

GEORGIA
– Superintendent of Schools Richard Woods
– Commissioner of the Department of Public Health Kathy Toomey

HAWAII
– Superintendent of the Dpeartment of Education Keith Hayashi
– Director of Health Elizabeth Char

IDAHO
– Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherry Ybarra
– Secretary of State Lawerence Denney

ILLINOIS
– Superintendent of Education Carmen Ayala
– Director of the Department of Public Health

INDIANA
– Secretary of Education Katie Jenner
– State Health Commissioner Kristina Box

IOWA
– Director of Education Ann Lebo
– Director of the Department of Health Kelly Garcia

KANSAS
– Secretary of the Department of Education Peggy Hill
– Secretary of the Department of Health and Environment Janet Stanek

KENTUCKY
– Commissioner of the Department of Education Jason Glass
– Secretary of Health Eric Friedlander

LOUISIANA
– Superintendent of Education Cade Brumley
– Secretary of the Department of Health Dr. Courtney Phillips

MAINE
– Commissioner of the Department of Education Pender Makin
– Commissioner of the Department of Health and Human Services Jeanne Lambrew

MARYLAND
– Superintendent of Schools Mohammed Choudhury
– Secretary of the Department of Health Dennis Schrader

MASSACHUSETTS
– Secretary of Education James Peyser
– Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services Marylou Sudders

MICHIGAN
– Superintendent of the Department of Education Michael Rice
– Director of the Department of Health and Human Services Elizabeth Hertel

MINNESOTA
– Commissioner of Education Heather Mueller
– Commissioner of the Department of Health Jan Malcolm

MISSISSIPPI
– Superintendent of Education Carey Wright
– Chair and Professor of Health Elayne Anthony

MISSOURI
– Director of the Department of Health Paula Nickelson
– Commissioner of the Department of Education Margie Vandeven

MONTANA
– Superintendent of Public Education Elsie Arntzen
– Director of Public Health Adam Meier

NEBRASKA
– Chief Executive Officer of the Department of Health and Human Services Dannette Smith
– Commissioner of Education Matthew Blomstedt

NEVADA
– Director of the Department of Health and Human Services Richard Whitley
– Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona

NEW HAMPSHIRE
– Commissioner of the Department of Education Frank Edelblut
– Commissioner of the Department of Health and Human Services Kathleen Dunn

NEW JERSEY
– Commissioner of Education Angelica Allen-McMillan
– Commissioner of the Department of Health Judith Persichilli

NEW MEXICO
– Secretary of Education Kurt Steinhaus
– Cabinet Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services David Scarse

NEW YORK
– Commissioner of Education & President of the University of the State of New York Mary Ellen Elia
– Commissioner of Health Mary Bassett

NORTH CAROLINA
– Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services Dr. Mandy Cohen
– Superintendent of Public Instruction Catherine Truitt

NORTH DAKOTA
– Superintendent of the Department of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler
– Secretary of the Department of Health Mark Strand

OHIO
– Director of the Department of Health Bruce Vanderhoff
– Superintendent of Public Instruction Stephanie Siddens

OKLAHOMA
– Superintendent of the Department of Education Ryan Walters
– Chief Executive Officer of the Health Care Authority Kevin Corbett

OREGON
– Superintendent of Public Instruction Colt Gill
– Director of the Health Authority Pat Allen

PENNSYLVANIA
– Secretary of the Department of Health Keara Klinepeter
– Secretary of the Department of Education Noe Ortega

RHODE ISLAND
– Commissioner of Education Angelica Infante-Green
– Secretary of the Executive Office of Health and Human Services Womazetta Jones

SOUTH CAROLINA
– Director of the Department of Health and Human Services Robert Kerr
– Superintendent of Education Molly Spearman

SOUTH DAKOTA
– Secretary of Education Tiffany Sanderson
– Secretary of Health Jon Adam

TENNESSEE
– Commissioner of the Department of Health Lisa Piercey
– Commissioner of the Department of Education Penny Schwinn

TEXAS
– Commissioner of Health and Public Services Erwin Young
– Commissioner of Education Mike Morath



UTAH
– Executive Director of the Department of Health Nathan Checketts
– Superintendent of Public Instruction Sydnee Dickson

VERMONT
– Secretary of Vermont’s Department of Education Dan French
– Commissioner of Health Mark Levine

VIRGINIA
– Superintendent of Public Instruction Jill Balow
– Secretary of Health and Human Resources John Little

WASHINGTON
– Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal
– Secretary of Health Umair Shah

WEST VIRGINIA
– President of the Board of Education Miller Hall
– Secretary of the Department of Health and Human Resources Bill Crouch

WISCONSIN
– Superintendent of Public Instruction Dr. Jill Underly
– Secretary to the Department of Health Services Karen Timberlake

WYOMING
– Superintendent of Public Instruction Brian Schroeder
– Director of the Department of Health Stefan Johansson

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