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In Easton, Connecticut, 5G phase out barred due to ‘checking’

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In Easton, Connecticut, 5G phase out barred due to 'checking'
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The City of Easton, Connecticut, has unanimously prohibited the deployment of 5G wireless technology, citing serious health concerns and lack of research and testing.

Report of the WTNH:

“The City of Easton has agreed to pause the roll-out of the 5 G wireless infrastructure. Unless studies and tests demonstrate that it is healthy for humans and the climate, a decision of 5 G was overwhelmingly accepted by the city on May 7.

The American Academy of Pediatrics and hundreds of medical and science professionals have urged the Federal Communications Commission to test the long-term health of 5 G technologies.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. applauded the town for ordering Big Telecom to stop the 5 G rollout.

“Three Cheers for Easton Connecticut, the first town in New England to order Big Telecom to stop its 5 G wireless rollout,” Kennedy Jr said.

“On 7 May, Easton ‘s Town Selectmen, in a bipartisan vote, unanimously approved a resolution ordering these companies to” cease and desist “from building 5 G infrastructure until research and testing proves that it is safe for humans and the environment.

‘The American Academy of Pediatrics and hundreds of medical and science professionals have urged the Federal Communications Commission to assess the long-term health of 5 G technologies.

“A $25 million FDA study in 2019 found” clear evidence of cancer and DNA damage “among the myriad known 5G-related injuries.

“The amendment heralds a clash with the Titans of Telecom. If Telecom were to move ahead, Easton could either reject or refuse to process applications.

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