State Lawmakers Consider Bill to Study Wireless Radiation Exposure Impacts on Children and Wildlife

By B.N. Frank

Decades of research has already revealed that exposure to wireless radiation emissions from numerous sources (including 5G) are biologically and environmentally harmful (see 1, 2).  The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is supposed to protect Americans from the telecom industry; however it has a long history of catering to the industry instead.  In 2021, a federal court ruled in favor of petitioners who sued the agency for NOT updating wireless radiation since 1996 despite scientific evidence submitted to it.  In 2022 one of the petitioners announced it was seeking Americans who have been injured by exposure to be plaintiffs in lawsuits.  Of course, research has already determined that wireless exposure harms wildlife too.  Recently lawmakers in Maine started considering a bill that would assign the University of Maine to study exposure impacts to children and wildlife.  Many organizations and individuals testified in favor of it.

From Environmental Health Trust:

Maine Bill to Study Wireless Radiation Impacts to Wildlife and Children

Maine lawmakers are considering a Bill that would task the University of Maine to research the impacts of wireless networks to wildlife as well as to children. The bill “Resolve, to Study the Effects of 5G Technology on Bird, Bee and Insect Populations and the Effects of Long-term Exposure on Children” had a public hearing before the joint Energy, Utilities and Technology Committee at 1 p.m. ET on Tuesday, March 7 in Augusta, Maine.

Testifying live in favor of the bill was the sponsor, Representative Tracy Quint, Ed Friedman, Chairman of Friends of Merrymeeting Bay, Courtney Gilardi from Pittsfield, Marg Friesen of Canadians for Safe Technology and Paul Heroux PhD from Canada and Theodora Scarato MSW, Executive Director of Environmental Health Trust. 

Testifying live against the bill was a physicist named Eric Swanson, on behalf of the CTIA Wireless Association as well as Ben Lucas representing the Maine Chamber of Commerce.

Read Representative Tracy Quint’s testimony on the bill here.

Environmental Health Trust submitted extensive testimony and scientific resources to the official record, including:

Numerous people submitted testimony. Please see all the submitted testimony for the bill here.

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