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February 18, 2013 (San Diego’s East County) -- The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is reviewing its policies on radiofrequency (RF) radiation, such as that emitted by cell phone towers, smart meters, broadcast antennae and other sources.  Public comments will be accepted until March 6, 2013.

“Over 200 Comments were submitted, which must be considered by the FCC. The submissions by CEP, our members, and all others may be viewed by clicking here,” said Susan Brinchman with the Center for Electrosmog Prevention in La Mesa.

Click here to learn more.

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Reply Comments to FCC Can Be Filed by March 6

It is not too late to file a comment with FCC to request that they lower their exposure guidelines to correspond with biologically-based levels. Directions to file a Reply Comment are at this link:
Wireless radiation- Extremely Important Action Opportunity – Deadline March 6, 2013

A Reply Comment is a reply to the other comments already filed. Activists are suggesting biologically based guidelines (based on independent research) such as those suggested by the BioInitiative Report 2012.

Susan Brinchman
Director, Center for Electrosmog Prevention
P.O. Box 655
La Mesa, CA
91944 director@electrosmogprevention.org
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