Connecticut City Addresses ‘Serious Health Risk to Humans’ Posed By 5G; Rejects Projects

Connecticut City Addresses ‘Serious Health Risk to Humans’ Posed By 5G; Rejects Projects

It has been revealed that the serious health risks posed to human health by 5G are addressed by Connecticut city. Check out the latest reports about the matter in order to find out what projects they did not accept.

5G and serious risks for health

Earlier this month, the Board of Representatives in Stamford, Connecticut, voted against a model agreement that would have allowed AT&T and Verizon to install potentially harmful 5G equipment on utility poles owned by the city.

The state’s governor, Ned Lamont, had tried to speed up the implementation of 5G by creating a template contract between the telecom giants and the five major cities in the state.

However, Stamford, which is the second-largest city in Connecticut, is the only one so far to have rejected the contract. Of the representatives who voted, 21 were against it, five were in favor, and eight abstained.

According to W. Scott McCollough, the chief litigator for Children Health Defense’s electromagnetic radiation cases, he supports the decision made by the city of Stamford. McCollough commented that he applauds Stamford’s principled stand on the matter.

Despite the possibility of a lawsuit against the city, some advocates for the contract were not pleased with the rejection, but McCollough disagreed with them.

“The wireless companies do not have a case yet. It is too early,” he said. “This was merely a decision to reject a model agreement. Federal and state law allow the city to instead negotiate individual terms, and that is what Stamford has chosen to do.”

The 21 representatives were largely persuaded by presentations by six independent experts on the scientific evidence of harm from radiofrequency (RF) radiation, including 5G, according to a local media report.

We suggest that you check out more details about the matter in the official notes. 

Stay tuned for more news about the risks that 5G can pose for your health.

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