Michigan State Senator Raised Concern On 5G Health Hazards

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Michigan State Senator Raised Concern On 5G Health Hazards

On May 29th, 2018 the Michigan House of Representatives’ House Energy Policy Committee held a meeting. The agenda included:

  • Senate Bill 637: Standardizes permits, fees, right-of-way use, and other regulation of wireless telecommunication service providers.
  • Senate Bill 894: Makes regulation of wireless communications infrastructure subject to the Wireless Communications Infrastructure Deployment Act.
  • House Bill 5837: Expands membership or associated membership in a joint agency to another state or Canadian province under certain conditions.

Then senator Patrick Colbeck testified before the committee. He has impressive credentials in the world of technology. He holds a masters degree in aerospace engineering from the University of Michigan, as well as being a graduate from the International Space University in Strasbourg, France. He did design work on the International Space Station regarding cabling design, which came out of concern for electromagnetic interference and compatibility. He is not against technology per se. He advocates for safe technology.

During the meeting Colbeck says: “Everybody in this room needs to understand, the FCC is staffed by former members of the telecommunications industry.” The FCC is the Federal Communications Commission and it regulates communications by radio, television, wire, satellite, and cable across the United States. Does this sound like a conflict of interest? It is.

Colbeck continues by addressing the adverse health effect which include but isn’t limited to issues with tumors, DNA replication and autism. He urges people to take a look at this. Usually the CDC takes care of health issues but here it is the FCC. Why is that?

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