Resources


Town Halls


Gig City Goes Quantum: The Amazing Chattanooga, TN Fiber Network Success Story! A Broadband Blueprint for NYC and for Cities across the U.S.

July 19, 2023, with Gary Bolton, Katie Espeseth, Clayton Banks


Federal Bills: Losing Control Over Wireless Permitting

August 16, 2023, with Andrew Campanelli, Scott McCollough, Julian Gresser



Broadband Freedom of Choice September 6, 2023, with Gigi Sohn, Kimberly McKinley, Timothy Schoechle and guest appearance by Clayton Banks

Losing Local Control Over Wireless Permitting (and what you can do about it) - Advocacy & Lobbying, November 1, 2023

Featuring the following experts:Julian Gresser, Int'l Environmental Interest Attorney Minna Elias, Attorney and Former Congressional Staffer Charles Frohman, M.Ed., National Health Federation, Lobbyist Suanne Edmiston, Former Congressional Counsel Maurice Franklin, PhD, Public Policy Consultant Moderated by Odette Wilkens


National Call State Submissions


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Draft comments to the Upper Delaware Council 

3

Submission to the NY State Department of Environmental Conservation

2

Comments to the NYS PSC

1

NYC Position Paper

Link 5G Cell Towers 

October 12, 2023

National Call Federal Submissions

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Reply Comments to the FCC's Net Neutrality Notice of Proposed Rule-Making

January 17, 2024

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Comments to FCC

Addressing the Homework Gap through the E-Rate Program 

January 8, 2024

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Net Neutrality NPRM Comments to FCC

December 14, 2024

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Comments of Advocates for the EMS Disabled to Notice of Proposed Rule-Making before the US Department of Health and Human Services

November 13, 2023

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FCC Public Comments on Whether Wi-Fi Should be Listed on Proposed Eligible Services for FY 2024

October 26, 2023

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DOJ Submission

Docket 144 AG Order 5729-2023

October 3, 2023

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HR4141 Natural Resources Committee Comments

August 9, 2023

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Housing and Urban Development Comments of Advocates for EMS Disabled

July 24, 2023

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National Telecommunications Information Administration Comments of Advocates for EMS Disabled

May 1, 2023

11

Implementing the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, Prevention and Elimination of Digital Discrimination

February 21, 2023

10

National Institute of Standards and Technology: Comments on Guidelines for 5G Cybersecurity

June 27, 2023

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National Environmental Justice Advisory Council: Comments of Advocates for the EMS Disabled

July 6, 2022

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Comments to the EPA

December 5, 2022

December 5, 2022

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Federal Communications Commission Reply Comments regarding Disability, Inclusion and Equity

June 30, 2022

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FCC Reply Comments to EMS Disabled Docket

June 27, 2022

5

White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council: Comments on Disaster Preparedness for the EMS Disabled

May 25, 2022

4

Council for Environmental Quality: Comments of Advocates for the EMS Disabled in Response to Request for Information

May 25, 2022

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Federal Communications Commission: Comments of Advocates for the EMS Disabled in Response to Notice of Inquiry

May 16, 2022

2

NTIA Public Virtual Listening Session  #5 Comments

April 10, 2022

1

National Telecommunications and Information Administration Comments 

February 2022


Additional Valuable Resources

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EMF Medical Conference 

EMF Medical Conference is now free and available for all to be professionally trained (though the CME/CE opportunity has now expired)


Cell Towers & Fires

A jam-packed PDF with vital, credible, and strategic info that is both footnoted and linked regarding telecom fires and ratepayers already having paid for future-proof fiber. A great resource to share -- especially with elected officials and agencies. 

Emailing a .pdf and/or sharing the .pdf online (full screen) during a Zoom will generate maximum visual and lobbying impact. When printing as a handout, orient the layout to landscape/horizontal.

Thanks to Susan Foster and eyemind concepts; “Works of Arc” for this great resource.

Industry Acknowledgement of Toxic Effects of RFR on humans

T-Mobil Deutsche Telekom commissioned study by the Ecolog-Institute, April 2000, “Mobile Telecommunications and Health Review of the Current Scientific Research in View of Precautionary Health Protection.”


A study in 2000 commissioned by one of the major telecom carriers found potential links to cancer, leukemia, neurological disorders and cognitive impairment, with special caution for children and an acknowledgement of those already disabled from the radiation.

Swisscom AG patent filed 2003 “When … human blood cells are irradiatead with electromagnetic fields, clear damages to hereditary material has been demonstrated and there have been indications of an increased cancer risk … These findings indicate that the genotoxic effect of electromagnetic radiation is elicited via a non-thermal pathway.”