Big problem

Wireless research by or at Yale, the Cleveland Clinic, the US National Toxicological Program, the Ramazzini Institute, REFLEX, and many others, shows harm to health!

Problem Bills

Massachusetts has legislation to promote 5G led by big business (H.383) and a wireless investigation of health impacts (S. 129) that industry could easily dominate!


Sign, just share, or tell legislators to stop or re-purpose these bills to stop 5G, register existing antennas, & set up safe alternatives! Also, support S. 1988, to allow smart meter opt outs!

Stop or change H. 383 and S. 129, to prevent undue industry influence!

On an issue such as 5G and wireless, where enormous wealth and liability is involved, a wireless investigation of health effects (S. 129) should either be set aside or designed carefully to prevent industry influence. Rushing ahead to promote 5G (H. 383) defies common sense, based on concerning research findings. As described in the testimonies attached, both H. 383 or S. 129 fail to protect public interests. [Click links to see attached testimony.]

Preventing harm is in the interest of the public and legislators.

Reputable research, such as detailed at Safer EMR, the Environmental Health Trust, the Bioinitiative, etc., shows threats to reproduction, immunity, hormones, IQ, mental health, and so on ad infinitum. An informal chart of health problems with research is also available at Last Tree Laws.

Not only is there research demonstrating harm to health, but research showing harm to pollinators and our environment.

Tossing aside concrete findings defies common sense.

5G presents other destabilizing threats: greater surveillance, hacking, AI capacity, chemical pollution, and consumption of finite energy and material resources.

Legislators can help by halting or changing for the better MA H. 383 and S. 129 - halting may be best.

An improved version of S. 129 could be:

  • Instead of a commission, a required educational session and Q & A for all legislators, organized by the Environmental Health Trust; or
  • Revisions such as given in testimony submitted by Kirstin Beatty 11 May 2020.

An improved version of H. 383 could be replaced with:

  • a bill to halt 5G until safety is assured;
  • a bill to register antennas & ownership for the public (akin to S. 1272); or
  • a resolve for Telecommunications Act of 1996 amendment to remove the section prohibiting environmental health considerations in refusal of antennas (akin to MT H. Joint Res. 13)

Not least, legislators can support S. 1988, An Act to Relative to Utilities, Smart Meters, and Ratepayers, which is a great bill allowing opt outs of wireless utility meters.

"We did not inherit the earth from our ancestors;

we borrow it from our children."

Please do everything you can

to help prevent the problems posed by

wireless and its' unchecked industry.


All Signatories

You can ask your legislators and contact relevant committee members to help. Ask a legislator on one of these committees by choosing one from the links. Legislators on these committees can still revise the listed bills!:

Sample Email to Legislators

(Follow with Phone Call):

I am writing to request that S. 129 and H. 383 be halted or amended as these wireless commissions could easily be led by industry at the expense of public interests.

To make my case, I am sharing an online petition from Last Tree Laws which summarizes the problems and provides solutions.

Director of Last Tree Laws, Kirstin Beatty, is seeking legislators to file legislation on reducing wireless exposures for next year. If so, contact Kirstin via the website (email address in footer).

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