Hoorzitting in subcommissie van de Amerikaanse Senaat over mobiele telefonie.
vrijdag, 19 september 2008 - Categorie: Berichten Internationaal
Voor het eerst in 15 jaar wordt er in een subcommissie van de Amerikaanse senaat weer gesproken over mobiele telefonie.
Ian Gibson, a Labor MP who was a cancer researcher before he got into politics (he did a postdoc at Indiana University), is one of the few elected officials watching out for Interphone. Another is Dennis Kucinich, the Ohio Congressman and former Presidential candidate. Kucinich may well bring it up next Thursday, September 25th, when his Domestic Policy Oversight Subcommittee hosts the first Congressional hearing on cell phones in 15 years. Among those slated to appear are David Carpenter, a coeditor of the BioInitiative Report, Ronald Herberman of the University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (zie: www.stopumts.nl/doc.php/UMTS%20in%20de%20media/2697/ .) and the FCC's Julius Knapp, as well as Ellen Marks of California, whose husband is a brain tumor survivor. A Congressional aide said that the CTIA, the wireless lobby group, was invited but declined to testify.
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