If you’ve seen the disinformation documentary Mobilize you’ll know that Berkeley, California, is at the forefront of the cellphone radiation debate. The New York Times reports on the new city ordinance requiring retailers to warn purchasers of cellphones about the health hazards of radiation from the phones:
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BERKELEY, Calif. — Leave it to Berkeley: This city, which has led the nation in passing all manner of laws favored by the left, has done it again. This time, the city passed a measure — not actually backed by science — requiring cellphone stores to warn customers that the products could be hazardous to their health, presumably by emitting dangerous levels of cancer-causing radiation.
Under the so-called Right to Know ordinance, passed unanimously in May by the Berkeley City Council, retailers are supposed to notify customers, starting in August, that “you may exceed the federal guidelines for exposure” to radio frequency radiation by carrying a cellphone in a pants or shirt pocket, or tucked into a bra.