CALIFORNIANS TAKE ACTION MONDAY TO STOP SB 649->

JAM THE LINES!!!

Happy Mother’s Day everyone. If you are a resident of California, please see urgent, timely instructions for the SB649 mass call-in to the CA State Senate Appropriations Committeefor tomorrow at 1pm, below. If you are not a resident of California, please forward to any friends or relatives in the state. What happens in California with millimeter wave “small cell” policy will affect the rest of the country. This is your chance to speak to legislators directly about the health and environmental impacts of wireless proliferation, and impacts you have suffered.

Hold them accountable and stand up for local government and public rights!

CALIFORNIANS TAKE ACTION MONDAY TO STOP SB 649->

If you are a resident of California, we need you to take action tomorrow- May 15th- to speak directly to the senate by telephone to say NO to SB 649, the 5G proliferation bill that would unconstitutionally eliminate local government authority to regulate placement of wireless facilities.

Paul McGavin of Scientists for Wired Technology has managed to convince the State Senate to provide a rare call-in testimony opportunity for those unable to attend the hearing in Sacramento due to wireless exposure or any other reason. Here are the links with more information about the bill, action steps, and how to participate in the mass call-in event tomorrow- please spread far and wide– be on the call tomorrow and BE PAR T OF HISTORY!

http://scientists4wiredtech.com/2017/05/may-15-call-in/

http://scientists4wiredtech.com/action/

http://stopsmartmeters.org/2017/05/10/red-alert-on-california-5g-wireless-saturation-bill-sb-649-tweetstorm-protests-brewing/

Thank you as always,

Josh Hart

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