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Good Afternoon,Thank you to those who worked with their legislators to bring back important wireless radiation bills from last session.

We know public policy is a marathon, not a sprint. It generally takes several sessions for a bill to pass and we are grateful so many of the Massachusetts bills progressed last session. That bodes well for this session, as now the bills have some legs under them.

We need your help at this juncture.

Timeline: The bills were introduced last Friday. It is important for each of us in Massachusetts to now call our legislators and ask them to co-sponsor the bills. They don’t need to be experts on this, they just need to hear from a few people in the district in order to sign on; i.e., let them know voters care and they will support it.

Deadline for House Reps to co-sponsor: Next Fri, 2/1/19 
Senators have up until the public hearing, which we believe could be anytime in the next 18 months.

Please suggest family, friends and colleagues in your town and across the state do the same. The more co-sponsors a bill gets, the stronger it is perceived as it moves through the legislative process.

It’ll only take you a few minutes to call and email your state legislators — it’s important to do both as they can get hundreds of emails in a day and may never see yours if you don’t call to let them know it’s there.

I’ve provided brief suggested language for a call and an email below; please call now — anytime day or night.

(If you’re not from Massachusetts, we hope you will be inspired to work with your legislators where you are to introduce similar bills. We will be in touch again as the MA bills are assigned to committees and public testimony is sought from all over.)

Please let me know if you have any questions, and thank you for exercising your civic rights!

Kind regards,


Step 1: Look up the names, phone numbers and email addresses of your legislators here if you don’t already know them.

Step 2: Call each office and convey the following suggested one-minute message (staff members have been very welcoming, and after hours voice messages count too):


My name is (insert name) from (insert town). I would like to ask (insert Senator/State Rep’s name) to please co-sponsor the bills addressing wireless radiation and public health.

In November the U.S. National Toxicology Program’s $30M study determined “clear evidence” of cancer and other harm from wireless technology. So it is urgent we all do what we can this session to protect the public, especially children, from wireless radiation exposures.

I will email you the list of eight sponsored Massachusetts bills – many of which advanced last session. I am sending it to (recite legislator’s email address) and would appreciate you sharing it with (him/her).

Thanks for your help with co-sponsorship of these critical wireless radiation bills. Good-bye.

Step 3: Copy and paste the following into an email:

Subject: Please Co-Sponsor Wireless Radiation Bills

Thank you for facilitating my phone request to co-sponsor the following wireless radiation bills.

As I mentioned, in November the U.S. National Toxicology Program’s $30M study determined “clear evidence” of cancer and other harm from wireless technology. Additional studies show children are especially vulnerable so it is urgent we ensure safe technology is used in the Commonwealth.

I’d appreciate confirmation my legislator will co-sponsor the bills below.

Thank you for your time and consideration.


(First & Last Name)
(City, State, Zip)

Docket #
Bill History
Julian Cyr
Resolve relative to disclosure of radio frequency notifications
Forms a commission to investigate wireless radiation health and economic impact. Written by the Joint Committee on Consumer Protection & Professional Licensure in the 190th session as Senate Resolve 2431, and attached Senator Cyr’s right-to-know bills S. 107 and S. 108.
Julian Cyr
An Act relative to the safe use of electronic devices by children

Provides product packaging radiation warnings on wireless devices. Advanced as S. 107 by the Joint Committee on Consumer Protection & Professional Licensure in the 190th session.

Michael O. Moore
An Act relative to utilities, smart meters, and ratepayers’ rights
Gives the public the right to choose non-radiation emitting utility meters. Introduced by Thomas P. Conroy in the 188th session, Rep. Stephen DiNatale in the 189th and Senator Michael Moore in the 190th as S. 1864.
Jack Lewis
An act establishing a commission to study the environmental and health effects of evolving 5G technology
Addresses all wireless radiation impacts based on non-industry funded peer-reviewed science. Reported out favorably in the 189th and 190th sessions by the Joint Committee on Public Health. This was Senator Spilka’s Resolve S. 1268. As Senate President now she can no longer introduce legislation. Rep. Lewis introduced her bill this session and has added language to also address toxic 5G technology.
Carolyn Dykema
An Act relative to best management practices for wireless in schools and public institutions of higher education

Asks the DESE to establish protective practices regarding wireless radiation emissions in schools and colleges. Released by the Joint Committee on Education to the Joint Committee on Public Health in the 190th session as H. 2030; reported out favorably.
HD 443

David Linsky
An Act relative to a special commission to study electric and magnetic fields

Addresses hazardous high voltage electric power line radiation. Introduced in 2011; reported out favorably by the Joint Committees on Public Health, and Health Care Financing in the 190th session as H. 1192.
HD 3903

Bradley H. Jones, Jr.
An Act relative to a 5G Technology Task Force

A new bill aiming to ensure economic and regulatory fairness with 5G technology.

Please also consider co-sponsoring the following bills introduced by request from constituents:

Additional Information
HD 3428
John J. Mahoney
Resolve to investigate the results reporting of the National Grid Worcester smart meter pilot program and its implications for the department of public utilities grid modernization, time of use, and smart meter proceedings
See DPU hearing testimonies on fraudulent data analysis, cost overruns and health risks of the smart meter pilot program.
HD 3596
Shawn Dooley
An Emergency Act to Investigate the Results Reporting of the National Grid Worcester Smart Meter Pilot Program and its Implications for the Department of Public Utilities Grid Modernization, Time of Use, and Smart Meter Proceedings
See DPU hearing testimonies on fraudulent data analysis, cost overruns and health risks of the smart meter pilot program.
HD 994
Aaron Vega
An Act providing for environmental risk fact sheets from the state Department of Public Health
See 1/17/19 Boston Globe article indicating MA DPH has health guidance sheet for man-made radiation exposures awaiting release to the public.
HD 996
Aaron Vega
An Act reducing public school nonionizing radiation and wireless exposures
See Environmental Health Trust school reference below.
HD 1003
Aaron Vega
An Act requiring privacy protections and supporting safer technology in schools
See Environmental Health Trust school reference below.
SD 1738

Donald F. Humason, Jr. 
An Act Accounting for technological privacy and safety in schools with local and state committees
See Environmental Health Trust…/how-to-reduce-emf-exposure-in-school…/
SD 1737

Donald F. Humason, Jr. 
An Act Limiting School Screen Time
See American Academy of Pediatrics Media and Young Minds Policy.
SD 1786

Donald F. Humason, Jr. 
An Act reducing library non-ionizing radiation exposures from wireless and electricity
See Dr. Ron Powell’s Message to Public Libraries about Wireless Devices and Health.
SD 1736
Donald F. Humason, Jr. 
An Act educating patients on environmental health risks such as wireless exposures
See the non-profit Wireless Education on-line courses.
SD 1787

Donald F. Humason, Jr. 
An Act Ensuring safer technology investment by the Massachusetts Broadband Institute
See Dr. Timothy Schoechle’s policy paper, Re-Inventing Wires: The Future of Landlines and Networks.
SD 1788

Donald F. Humason, Jr.
An Act registering wireless facilities to allow for monitoring and to ease access to contact information
See AntennaSearch.Com for current and future cell tower and antenna installations in your area.
SD 1789
Donald F. Humason, Jr. 
An Act banning especially dangerous wireless facilities, emissions, and products
See Dr. Martin Pall’s paper, 5G: Great risk for EU, U.S. and International Health: Compelling evidence for eight distinct types of great harm caused by electromagnetic field (EMF) exposures and the mechanism that causes them

Cecelia (Cece) Doucette, MTPW, BA
Technology Safety Educator

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