For the school district, litigation is also a potential consequence of inaction, as a recent case involving the Fay School in Southboro has demonstrated. The parents of a student at the school, who they claimed suffers from electromagnetic hypersensitivity, sued the school last year on the grounds it refused to accommodate his condition. That case is still pending in U.S. District Court. Note the error in this article. Coffee is no longer classified as a Group 2B Possible Carcinogen (the World Health Organisation recently downgraded it to Group 3 – not classifiable as a carcinogen.
Exhaust fumes, lead and DDT are, however, still Group 2B carcinogens, along with the microwave radiation from phones, cell towers, Wi-Fi, smart meters, and even wireless baby monitors.. See link for full article http://www.telegram.com/news/20161210/worcester-school-officials-weigh-risks-of-wi-fi-signals