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Action Alert: EHT to sue FCC

      I think this is a great way to begin the new year. Below is the Action Alert e-mail sent out from the Environmental Health Trust (EHT):

      For distribution

      Lawsuit Against the FCC (Federal Communications Commission)

      Your Support is Needed Now

      Please help support the Environmental Health Trust and a coalition of other commentators to file a court appeal challenging the FCC's order terminating its evaluation of the adequacy of FCC radio frequency (RF) radiation limits.  

      Despite reams of scientific evidence showing serious biological effects at levels far below the existing FCC RF limits, and evidence given by numerous individuals injured by RF, the FCC says RF limits established in the 1990’s are adequate to protect the public from today’s technologies and the new technologies being developed for widespread deployment across the nation. 

      The deadline for a legal challenge is February 3, 2020. 

      We have to raise $100,000 by February 3 to fund the first step in the lawsuit. A generous anonymous donor has pledged $50,000, providing that the Environmental Health Trust can secure matching donations. Please donate as generously as you are able.

      Please make sure to note on the check that the money is specifically for the FCC appeal. 

  • Checks payable to the Environmental Health Trust
  • Mail to Environmental Health Trust, PO Box 58, Teton Village WY 83025
  • FedEx or UPS please use this address: Environmental Health Trust at 7100 N. Rachael Way, Teton Village WY 83025
  • Click here to make Paypal donations at the EHT website.

      More Information on the FCC Item

      In December 2019, the FCC released an Item (click here to read it) stating they decline to update the US radio frequency (RF) human exposure limits despite scientific public health organizations’ arguments that the existing limits are 23 years old and outdated, not protective of children, and should be tightened in light of recent US government research findings that associated radio frequency with cancer and DNA damage.

      To read the over 1000 submissions ignored by the FCC see Dockets 13-84 (click here) and 03-137 (click here).

      Click here to see this whole page online at the Environmental Health Trust website.

Thank you very much for your support!

Environmental Health Trust

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