(1) tech design that makes turning off and limiting wireless radiation easy;
(2) maintaining existing public wired infrastructure that supports our phone calls;
(3) setting requirements on cell tower antennas including: (a) insurance coverage; (b) public mapping: (c) monitoring; (d) civil and criminal penalties for noncompliance;
(4) banning new 5G antennas for 2 years while a commission studies how best to protect the public and workers;
(5) investing in hard-wired public buildings, including schools;
(6) allowing smart meter opt outs.
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