Press Conference: Children’s Health Defense has ‘Historic’ Win Against FCC on Safety Guidelines for 5G and Wireless
On Aug. 13, The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit ruled in favor of the Children’s Health Defense (CHD) in its landmark case against the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) challenging the FCC’s decision not to review its health and safety guidelines regarding 5G and wireless technology. The court ruled that the FCC failed to provide a reasoned explanation for its determination that its current guidelines adequately protect against harmful effects of exposure to radiofrequency radiation and failed to review the extensive evidence – scientific evidence and evidence of existing sickness – that was filed with the FCC.
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Robert F. Kennedy Jr.– CHD’s hairman and chief litigation counsel
Mary Holland – CHD’s president and chief legal counsel
Dafna Tachover – Director, CHD’s 5G & Wireless Harms Project
Scott McCollough – Lead attorney for the case
David Carpenter, MD – Prof. of public health and a petitioner in CHD’s case
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