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USA: Seventeen Ohio Cities File Lawsuit To Stop 5G Cell Towers Everywhere
22 maart 2017
By Catherine J. Frompovich
Hats off and plaudits to the mayors and managers of the following Ohio cities: Bexley, Canal Winchester, Columbus, Dublin, Delaware, Gahanna, Grandview Heights, Grove City, Hilliard, New Albany, Pickerington, Powell, Reynoldsburg, Upper Arlington, Westerville, Whitehall and Worthington for the legal actions they took to stop “wireless companies to place facilities, including towers up to 50 feet high and equipment of 28 cubic feet (the size of a small refrigerator), in the local public right-of-way.” 1 Those towers and equipment would roll out and implement 5G Wi-Fi, which allegedly was unlawfully signed into Ohio law December 19, 2016 – as alleged in the lawsuit – to become effective March 21, 2017!
Seems like Ohio, its governor and SB331 went the exact way Pennsylvania’s governor and HB2200/Act 129 did in rolling out AMI Smart Meters, i.e., ramrod illegal implementation by state agencies. Why are both those laws illegal?
First, the lawsuit alleges that the bill violates the “single subject” rule laid out in the Ohio Constitution, which states that “no bill shall contain more than one subject, which shall be clearly expressed in its title.” Second, the provision exclusively applies to municipalities – not townships, counties or other political subdivisions. (1)
That bill addressed three issues, including pets!
HB2200 §2807(f)7(2) Legislative History as published of PUBLIC record:
(2) Electric distribution companies shall furnish smart meter technology as follows:
(i) Upon request from a customer that agrees to pay the cost of the smart meter at the time of the request.
Basically, 2(i) makes HB2200/Act 129 (2008) an OPT-IN bill with no OPT-OUT clause(s) or fees necessary or needed in the bill language.
(ii) In new building construction.
(iii) In accordance with a depreciation schedule not to exceed 15 years.
And yet, both states are acting diametrically opposed to established law and Constitutions of those respective states when it comes to microwave technologies.
Is there something ‘catchy’ between neighboring states like Ohio and Pennsylvania? Or, is it the fact the Internet of Things, surveillance and smart technology roll outs are involved?
It should be noted that 5G Wi-Fi has not been tested for human safety exposures 24/7/365!
According to COMMA (Central Ohio Mayors and Management Association) Chairman and Bexley Mayor Ben Kessler, “Senate Bill 331 effectively prohibits cities from regulating the placement of wireless facilities in our communities. This will impact the streetscapes of our communities and reduce area property values.”
Reducing property values is one thing, but negatively and adversely impacting and affecting citizens’ health by inducing electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS), electrosmog and other environmental issues are the most important reasons for opposing and negating Ohio’s legislation, which would allow Sprint, Verizon and T-Mobile “to attach small cell wireless antennas to municipally owned structures within the right of way of any Ohio city.” That could mean right off anyone’s front porch on a street light!
Citizens everywhere have to wake up to what’s about to happen regarding the roll out of 5G Wi-Fi, cell and mast towers to accommodate it and the Internet of Things.
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