Ask your senator to please vote NO on the MOBILE Now Act S.19 and DIGIT Act S. 88
Thank you to Cece Doucette for permission to repost…
The FCC and industry are fast-tracking legislation that would take authority away from our municipalities in deciding whether or not we want the infrastructure needed for 5G and
The Internet of Things. They did this back in 1997 too when they circumvented safety testing on cell phone technology then got the Telecommunications Act passed. That left our local authorities powerless as the industry put cell towers near homes, schools, hospitals, churches and senior housing. Many have become very ill, with no recourse.
Now the FCC and industry are trying to push through two bills in D.C. that will put small but extremely hazardous cell antennas in our neighborhoods on utility poles right outside our homes, schools, offices, everywhere. The 5G signal will carry huge doses of data faster, but not very far so the industry wants to install millions of these small cell antennas to carry the data from pole to pole. 5G will also use 3G and 4G technology so existing towers won’t come down; 5G will add to the electrosmog. These small cell antennas will pulse biologically hazardous microwave radiation at us 24/7 at close range.
The way the Telecom Act is written today, industry is supposed to submit an application to town officials to put in antennas, and these new bills are trying to override this control measure for local authorities. Why is the FCC and industry in such a rush? The U.S. National Toxicology Program is in the middle of reporting out findings from a $25M multi-year study that has already found this radiation causes DNA damage, brain and heart tumors. More findings will come out in 2017.
The industry leaders
are not concerned with
public health, they just want to be first to market. As soon as the NTP findings came out, they pushed to get approval to use the 5G spectrum. The Cellular Telephone Industry Association (CTIA-The Wireless Association) did its own big cancer study in the 1990s which showed the same findings, but they didn’t inform the public. Instead, they crafted the Telecom Act and pushed cell phones and infrastructure on an unsuspecting public. Then they introduced wi-fi which exposes us even further indoors, and now they plan to roll out
he Internet of Things and blanket our neighborhoods in radiation.
Please, don’t take my word on all of this, when you have time I encourage you to investigate on your own (thank you, Katie Singer, author of Invisible Silent Spring, and others for this great resource on these two bills, and thank you world scientists for the EMF Scientists website which presents the facts on wireless radiation).
But for today, we need your voice (and every adult’s in your house) in two ways:
- Call your U.S. Senators’ office with the following message; you can read it to the person who answers the phone, or leave it in voice mail. Phone numbers are given at the end of this email:
My name is ______ from (city/state) and I am calling to ask the Senator to Vote NO on MOBILE Now Act S.19 and DIGIT Act S.88 to stop 5G infrastructure and rollout of the Internet of Things. The National Toxicology Program has found the electromagnetic radiation used by wireless technology causes DNA damage, and brain and heart tumors. Non-industry funded studies all over the world report other short-and long-term biological effects, ranging from infertility, Alzheimer’s and autism to digital addiction, insomnia, headaches, skin rashes, learning disabilities, behavioral issues, depression, anxiety and more. Please VOTE NO on the MOBILE Now Act S.19 and DIGIT Act S.88. Please insist on public hearings, and send a clear message to industry that they need to work with non-industry funded scientists to develop biologically safe technology. Thank you.
- Email your U.S. Senators with the following message; email links are given below:
The National Toxicology Program has found the electromagnetic field (EMF) of radiation emitted by wireless technology causes DNA damage, and brain and heart tumors. Non-industry funded studies all over the world report other short-and long-term biological effects, ranging from infertility, Alzheimer’s and autism to digital addiction, insomnia, headaches, nausea, nose/ear bleeds, skin rashes, cognitive impairment, learning disabilities, behavioral issues, depression, anxiety and more. Children, fetuses, the elderly and those with known health compromises are especially vulnerable. See www.emfscientist.org.
If this subject is new to you, you will likely have questions as we have all rapidly adopted wireless technology into our lives. Please read this high-level three-page overview titled, “EMF Points of Confusion vs. Fact” at
The FCC and industry are trying to fast-track these bills which will take away local authority from communities to decide whether they want toxic 5G/Internet of Things infrastructure installed at the street-level on poles right outside homes, schools, and offices. Please insist on public hearings, and send a clear message to industry that they need to work with non-industry funded scientists to develop biologically safe technology. Retired Microsoft Canada President Frank Clegg assures us they can, if given a nudge. See https://vimeo.com/134411701.
Please VOTE NO on the MOBILE Now Act S.19 and DIGIT Act S.88. Thank you.
This is how the system works. They log your call, then print out your email for the legislator. Multiple calls and emails get their attention. If there is no activity, or very little, the industry wins.
Thank you for taking the time to read this email. I hope you will take another ten minutes to call and send an email to your legislators before your head hits the pillow tonight. The Senate will vote on this any day now, and most do not even know wireless is hazardous yet. They’ve only heard the benefits from persuasive industry lobbyists.
Thank you for the courage to use your voice in a way that might really make a difference in our world!
US SENATORS BY STATE – 115TH CONGRESS January 2017
Sessions, Jeff – (R – AL) (202) 224-4124 Contact: www.sessions.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-jeff
Shelby, Richard C. – (R – AL) (202) 224-5744 Contact: www.shelby.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/emailsenatorshelby
Flake, Jeff – (R – AZ) (202) 224-4521 Contact: www.flake.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-jeff
McCain, John – (R – AZ) (202) 224-2235 Contact: www.mccain.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-form
Feinstein, Dianne – (D – CA) (202) 224-3841 Contact: www.feinstein.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-me
Carper, Thomas R. – (D – DE) (202) 224-2441 Contact: www.carper.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-senator-carper
Perdue, David – (R – GA) (202) 224 -3521 Contact: www.perdue.senate.gov/connect/email
Hirono, Mazie K. – (D – HI) (202) 224 -6361 Contact: www.hirono.senate.gov/contact
Schatz, Brian – (D – HI) (202) 224 -3934 Contact: www.schatz.senate.gov/contact
Crapo, Mike – (R – ID) (202) 224 -6142 Contact: www.crapo.senate.gov/contact/email.cfm
Risch, James E. – (R – ID) (202) 224 -2752 Contact: www.risch.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?p=Email
Duckworth, Tammy – (D – IL) (202) 224 -2854 Contact: www.duckworth.senate.gov/content/contact-senator
Durbin, Richard J. – (D – IL) (202) 224 -2152 Contact: www.durbin.senate.gov/contact/
Donnelly, Joe – (D – IN) (202) 224 -4814 Contact: www.donnelly.senate.gov/contact/email-joe
Young, Todd – (R – IN) (202) 224 -5623 Contact: www.young.senate.gov/content/contact-senator
Moran, Jerry – (R – KS) (202) 224-6521 Contact: www.moran.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-jerry
McConnell, Mitch – (R – KY) (202) 224-2541 Contact: www.mcconnell.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?p=contact
Cardin, Benjamin L. – (D – MD) (202) 224 -4524 Contact: www.cardin.senate.gov/contact/
Van Hollen, Chris – (D – MD) (202) 224 -4654 Contact: www.vanhollen.senate.gov/content/contact-senator
Markey, Edward J. – (D – MA) (202) 224 -2742 Contact: www.markey.senate.gov/contact
Warren, Elizabeth – (D – MA) (202) 224 -4543 Contact: www.warren.senate.gov/?p=email_senator
Peters, Gary C. – (D – MI) (202) 224 -6221 Contact: www.peters.senate.gov/contact/email-gary
Stabenow, Debbie – (D – MI) (202) 224 -4822 Contact: www.stabenow.senate.gov/?p=contact
Franken, Al – (D – MN) (202) 224 -5641 Contact: www.franken.senate.gov/?p=contact
Klobuchar, Amy – (D – MN) (202) 224 -3244 Contact: www.klobuchar.senate.gov/public/contact-amy
Cochran, Thad – (R – MS) (202) 224 -5054 Contact: www.cochran.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-me
Wicker, Roger F. – (R – MS) (202) 224 -6253 Contact: www.wicker.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact
Cortez Masto, Catherine – (202) 224-3542 Contact: www.cortezmasto.senate.gov/content/contact-senator
Heller, Dean – (R – NV) (202) 224-6244 Contact: www.heller.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-form
Shaheen, Jeanne – (D – NH) (202) 224 -2841 Contact: www.shaheen.senate.gov/contact/contact-jeanne
Booker, Cory A. – (D – NJ) (202) 224 -3224 Contact: www.booker.senate.gov/?p=contact
Menendez, Robert – (D – NJ) (202) 224 -4744 Contact: www.menendez.senate.gov/contact
Heinrich, Martin – (D – NM) (202) 224 -5521 Contact: www.heinrich.senate.gov/contact
Udall, Tom – (D – NM) (202) 224 -6621 Contact: www.tomudall.senate.gov/?p=contact
Gillibrand, Kirsten E. – (D – NY) (202) 224 -4451 Contact: www.gillibrand.senate.gov/contact/
Schumer, Charles E. – (D – NY) (202) 224 -6542 Contact: www.schumer.senate.gov/contact/email-chuck
Burr, Richard – (R – NC) (202) 224 -3154 Contact: www.burr.senate.gov/contact/email
Tillis, Thom – (R – NC) (202) 224 -6342 Contact: www.tillis.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-me
Heitkamp, Heidi – (D – ND) (202) 224 -2043 Contact: www.heitkamp.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact
Hoeven, John – (R – ND) (202) 224-2551 Contact: www.hoeven.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-the-senator
Portman, Rob – (R – OH) (202) 224-3353 Contact: www.portman.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-form
Graham, Lindsey – (R – SC) (202) 224-5972 Contact: www.lgraham.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-senator-gr
Hatch, Orrin G. – (R – UT) (202) 224-5251 Contact: www.hatch.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact?p=Email-Orrin
Cantwell, Maria – (D – WA) (202) 224-3441 Contact: www.cantwell.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-maria
Manchin, Joe, III – (D – WV) (202) 224-3954 Contact: www.manchin.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-form
Johnson, Ron – (R – WI) (202) 224-5323 Contact: https://www.ronjohnson.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-the-senator
Barrasso, John – (R – WY) (202) 224-6441 Contact: www.barrasso.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/contact-form
Enzi, Michael B. – (R – WY) (202) 224-3424 Contact: www.enzi.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/e-mail-senator-enzi