The San Francisco Board of Supervisors is scheduled to vote at its Tuesday, May 7 meeting on invalidating the municipality’s pioneering cell phone right-to-know ordinance as part of the settlement of a lawsuit filed by the wireless industry’s lobbying powerhouse CTIA (Consent Agenda Item 8). The settlement includes a waiver […]
FCC again changes website language on cell phone safety, as wireless industry meeting concludes and new book Disconnect raises concerns.
A free talk on health effects of wireless technology, and what families can do, September 2 in Woodland Hills, as Glendale and other Southern California communities have expressed concern about wireless installations.
San Francisco’s radiation labeling law for cell phones causes wireless convention fallout; Kucinich proposes federal labeling legislation.
San Francisco Board of Supervisors becomes first government body to set cell phone radiation labeling rules for retailers.
Glendale, California wireless ordinance goes into effect; Burbank, Bay Area communities deal with wireless siting, cell phone controversies.
Mark Leno’s SB 1212 requiring specific absorption rate information on cell phones fails on California Senate floor.
San Francisco committee recommends legislation to Board of Supervisors requiring retailers in the city to label cell phones by radiation level or Specific Absorption Rate (SAR), and provide consumer information on minimizing cell phone radiation exposure.
San Francisco Chronicle, UC Berkeley School of Public Health researcher, endorse Mark Leno’s proposed California SB1212, requiring manufacturers to include radiation warnings on cell phones.
Glendale, California’s Friends of the Library program welcomes Tom Hayden as guest speaker, while Glendale Organized Against Cell Towers reviews his legislative efforts to warn consumers about cell phone health risks.