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Lewis County Tennessee Resolution Passed Requesting Research Proving Safety of 5G

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October 12, 2022 | | Environmental Health Trust

In April 2022, the Lewis County Board of Commissioners passed a resolution requesting more research on 5G wireless facilities to determine if the technology is safe for humans before allowing more deployment.

Note: “5G” is a marketing term.  The real agent is microwave radiation, a hazardous physical agent that is used as a weapon.-JD


The Lewis County Board of Commissioners

RESOLUTION : Requesting our State & Federal Governments Conduct More Research on 5G Wireless Facilities to Determine if Such Technology is Safe for Humans Before Allowing More Deployment of 5G 

WHEREAS, according to the World Health Organization, there is limited research on the  frequencies used in 5G technology and its effect on humans; and

WHEREAS, as the result of such limited research, several local residents have repeatedly  expressed to the Lewis County Board of Commissioners that they would like to see our state and  federal governments, specifically the Federal Communications Commission, conduct an in-depth  independent study to re-evaluate the health effects of 5G wireless technology on humans;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED by the legislative body of Lewis County meeting in  regular session this 18th day of April, 2022, that we hereby request our state and federal  governments, and especially the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), conduct more  research on 5G Wireless Facilities to determine if such technology is safe for humans, before  allowing more deployment of 5G;

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that upon passage, a copy of this Resolution shall be mailed  to each of our elected state and federal representatives, including State Representative David  Byrd, State Senator Joey Hensley, U.S. Congressman Mark Green, U.S. Senator Marsha Blackburn, and U.S. Senator Bill Hagerty.

We, the undersigned County Commissioners, move the adoption of the above resolution.




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