June 9 – Asm. Local Government

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Wireless Progaganda

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This means that the very FCC rules to which CA’s 2021 three Telecom bills refer (47 C.F.R. Sect 1.6001 et seq.) are built on quicksand and may be set aside by active cases that are proceeding towards rulings in the DC Circuit Court of Appeals and the US Supreme Court.

As an intro, view from 0:00 to 2:05

CA’s three misguided Telecom bills in 2021 (SB.556, AB.537 & SB.378) are merely a repeat, a mulligan, a re-do of CA 2017’s SB.649, which was vetoed by Gov. Jerry Brown, preserving local control over the placement of wireless infrastructure. This do-over, four years later, now splits the content of SB.649 across three new bills, which is a common trick by the Wireless industry.

Nearly All sWTFs Exceed FCC RF Guideline; view from 2:50 to 4:20

Votes for Senate Bills 556 (Dodd), AB.537 (Quirk) and SB.378 (Gonzalez) will likely create nothing but significant harms, unrest, expensive time-consuming legal controversy and unfunded liabilities due to a lack of available insurance to cover claims for injury, illness or death from the emissions of the toxic pollutant, EMF/RF Electromagnetic Microwave Radiation (RF-EMR) pollution.

Liarless Truth

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Oct 19, 2020 comment by Ms. Garnet Hanly, Division Chief of the Competition & Infrastructure Policy Division, FCC Wireless Telecommunications Bureau:

“The FCC when it modified its rules [Title 47, C.F.R. § 1.1312(e)] by its October 2019 Order, after the DC Circuit issued its mandate [in its Ruling of Case No. 18-1129 Keetoowah v FCC],  we took the position that we were reviewing Small Wireless Facilities as undertakings and major Federal actions, pursuant to the DC Circuit decision and that is what we’ve been doing.”

FCC Rule Title 47 C.F.R §1.1307 states:.

“Commission actions granting . . . licenses to transmit . . . require the preparation of an Environmental Assessment (EA) if exposure to levels of radiofrequency radiation [are] in excess of the [FCC] limits.”

Table 1 of Title 47 C.F.R §1.1307 states:

(b)(1) “Evaluation required if Non-building-mounted antennas [have] height above ground level to lowest point of antenna <10 m and total power of all channels >1000 W ERP.

Every sWTF Requires NEPA review; view from 0:55–3:00 & 6:30 –7:30 re: Dr. Aragón

Director and State Public Health Officer Tomás J. Aragón, M.D., Dr. P.H., the Director of the California Department of Public Health and the State Public Health Officer is a critically important official at the very center of the moral decision that he and every CA Senator and Assembly Member is facing — right now.