HB 654/HB 1020 UPDATE – INDUSTRY WIRELESS BILLS TABLED FOR “INTERIM STUDY”

– HB 654 /HB 1020 UPDATES – INDUSTRY WIRELESS BILLS TABLED FOR “INTERIM STUDY” THANK YOU FOR YOUR RAPID RESPONSE PHONE CALLS AND EMAILS TO STATE DELEGATES!!! The Maryland House Economic Affairs Committee voted on March 11, 2019 to refer HB 654 for “interim study.” Bills referred for interim study will receive no further action before the next session – meaning that HB 654 is effectively dead – at least for now. MC4T had strongly opposed this Bill and testified […]

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Scientists 4 Wired Tech Review of Maryland HB 654 Wireless Facilities

Scientist 4 Wired Tech gave a section by section review of the truly horrid HB 654. http://scientists4wiredtech.com/2019-maryland-hb-654-wireless-facilities/ Each section of the bill is listed and there are comments throughout such as this: “That is a truckload of certains in the introduction of HB.654. Of course, what actually matters are to which specific items do these certains point . . . so one has to to read on . . . to fully comprehend how many […]

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How to view the hearing on the bills SB937 and SB713 on Small Cell Towers and 5G before the Finance Committee of the Maryland State Senate

Dear Maryland Colleagues concerned about Small Cell Towers and 5G, Background The U.S. Government is working hard to force small cell towers and 5G on the state governments, the local governments, and YOU. Maryland State Senate bill SB937, and its “cross filed” identical bill HB654 in the Maryland House of Delegates, make the Maryland State Government the principal authority forcing small cell towers and 5G on the Maryland local governments and YOU. Maryland State Senate […]

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Democracy at Stake: Watch the Maryland General Assembly Hearing on HB 654

Still Time to Contact Maryland Reps (see below). House Economic Matters Committee Video link – Thursday, Feb. 21, at 1 pm in Annapolis Starting at about 2:28:45 House Economic Matters Committee Chair Dereck Davis, introducing his bill, HB 654. It’s worth listening to him to understand the remarkably un-democratic dynamics on this issue. He seems to insist that local governments all across Maryland must appease industry to speed up the rollout of 5G.  He seems […]

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