Monday, June 08, 2015

CTIA Files Federal Law Suit Today Against Berkeley Cell Phone "Right to Know"

CTIA Files Federal Law Suit Today Against Berkeley Cell Phone "Right to Know" 

June 8, 2015 -- CTIA—The Wireless Association filed a lawsuit and a motion for an injunction in the Federal District Court in Northern California today to block the City of Berkeley's cell phone “right to know” ordinance.

The CTIA’s lawsuit claims that the law violates the First Amendment rights of cell phone retailers in the City of Berkeley ...

On May 16th, The Guardian in the U.K. reported on the adoption of this model law by the City of Berkeley.

Updates about the cell phone "right to know" law and the CTIA law suit including links to both documents and to media coverage are available at
Also see:

Wireless industry sues Berkeley over phone radiation ordinance
Mario Trujillo,The Hill, Jun 8, 2015

Cell Phone Group Suing Berkeley Over Radiation Warning Label Ordinance
CBS News, Jun 8, 2015

International EMF Scientist Appeal Submitted to Federal Communications Commission

June 8, 2015 -- The International EMF Scientist Appeal was submitted to the Federal Communications Commission today along with the May 11th press release and a description of the Appeal.

Two hundred scientists from 40 nations who have published peer-reviewed research on electromagnetic fields and biology or health signed a petition calling on world leaders to adopt more stringent regulations of wireless radiation and to issue precautionary health warnings to the public. 

For more information about the Appeal including links to media coverage see


Joel M. Moskowitz, Ph.D., Director
Center for Family and Community Health
School of Public Health
University of California, Berkeley

Electromagnetic Radiation Safety

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