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Reject Smart Meters in Wisconsin: updated October 2013

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Published on Apr 2, 2012

UPDATED Oct. 2013

NOTE: lawmakers mentioned in video are no longer the contacts for people wanting to get help opting out.

We have a proposed opt out bill now.
Please tell your WI state lawmakers to co-sign and support Rep. Jeremy Thiesfeldt's smart meter opt out bill, AB 345. Tell leadership to make sure it gets a public hearing scheduled, too. The bill is in the utilities committee now. When a new head of the utilities committee is chosen this month, also call him/her to ask for a public hearing. Thank you.

For the overview of the smart grid struggle and issues nationwide, see the new documentary, "Take Back Your Power" by filmmaker Josh Del Sol. It is an eye-opener worthy to share far and wide.

This is a PROPERTY RIGHTS issue - to be able to control one's own living space. In a free America, people could have their own opinion on health and listen to their own doctors and control their own home environments - not the utilities or unelected Public Service Commission.

Further Information:
American Academy of Environmental Medicine doctors statement:
http://emfsafetynetwork.org/?p=6985

This video includes clip of WE-Energies meter output in Waterloo, WI area using
HFE35C analyzer. (Feb. 2012) Also photo of Marshall, WI apartment
cluster of WE'Energies meters. WE-Energies meter peaks higher (over 1999 µW/m2) than cell towers measured from a block away at 500-800 µW/m2.
NOTE: Milwaukee also has WE-Energies meters like these. Imagine in a big city.

Information on how to measure RF, and truth about FCC standards at Stop Smart Meters, A Primer of FCC standards...

Another great informative and current site is The Truth About Smart Grids (dot org). Especially of interest is the writer's coverage of smart appliances, and living in a "microwave box" caused by the meters and appliances of all types.

EPA acknowledged that 1996 FCC guidelines (we still use today) fail
to protect against any non-thermal biological effects, thus validating
the existence of non-thermal effects.
http://www.emrpolicy.org/litigation/c...

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