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National Law Review: Some individuals believe that electromagnetic hypersensitivity can be caused by electromagnetic fields emitted from computers, mobile phones, cell phone towers, TVs, radios, Wi-Fi connections and other technology. Although several organizations have tested this theory over the years, there is a lack of scientific evidence to correlate electromagnetic fields to the non-specific electromagnetic...
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Testimony from all over the U.S. and internationally needed. Cece Lee Doucette A chance to do something positive! We have worked hard here in Massachusetts to get seven EMF bills before our legislature, and they are listening. Legislation seldom moves though without broad public support. Please take a few minutes to send in a statement...
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Pollution:  A Crime against Health Bulletin no. 85 (October 2017), ARTAC (Association for Research on Treatment against Cancer) (President, Professor Dominique Belpomme) (translation) The legal group formed within ARTAC on June 2, 2017, aimed to continue the discussion on the tabling of an amendment to the Rome Statute to make pollution a health crime at...
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 30th November 2017 The case has been won by the STERM Intersindical Union, which for years has supported and advised an affected member with its legal services. A court in Murcia has acknowledged  permanent work incapacity due to the syndrome of electromagnetic hypersensitivity and chemical sensitivity.The ruling was awarded to an employee of a university in...
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As for Italy, there have now been 3 court decisions: 2 recent court decisons in 2017 giving compensation for acoustic neuroma (0ne in Turin and one in Florence) The first one was in 2012, awarding for a neuroma of a nearby nerve (but not acoustic). The first case in 2012 was filed by Marcolini in...
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Berkeley Cell Phone “Right to Know” Ordinance Electromagnetic Radiation Safety http://www.saferemr.com/ On the April 21, 2017,the city of Berkeley won a major decision in a federal appeals court. The court denied a request by the CTIA-The Wireless Association to block Berkeley’s landmark cell phone “right to know” ordinance. Berkeley’s ordinance which has been in effect...
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This is a special post which includes an auto-translation of the recent legal decision in the High Court of Madrid, which found in favour of an EHS sufferer, an ex-employee at Ericsson. https://beingelectrosensitive.blogspot.co.za/2016/08/spain-ehs-legally-recognised.html
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