Public policy education briefing on the inadequacy of U.S. federal policy regulating the environmental and human health effects of Radiofrequency (RF) radiation
There will be a briefing on May 10th at the U.S. Capitol Building on the inadequacy of RF radiation regulations.
See the Action Alert section of http://www.emrpolicy.org for how to inform your local Senators and Congressmen.
Action Alert – April 19, 2007
Your time and effort is needed NOW to invite the staff members of your
U.S. Senators and Congressman to a public policy education briefing on the
inadequacy of U.S. federal policy regulating the environmental and human
health effects of Radiofrequency (RF) radiation.
first step is for you to find out the names of the relevant staff members. Go
If you know your ZIP + 4 information fill in the top box and click GO.
If you don’t know your ZIP+4, fill in the lower box that asks for your complete street address and click GO.
· On the page that appears next, click in turn on the name of each of your U.S. Senators and your Congressman. A page will appear as you click each name that gives you the address and phone number for each one’s Washington, DC office.
· Call those three offices in DC (your Congressman and your two Senators) and ask for the names in each office of:
· Ask for the FAX number for each staff person.
· Print out one copy of the Memo announcing the Congressional Staff Briefing for each of the appropriate staff members. Be sure to include your name and address so that they can verify that you are a constituent in their electoral district. FAX a copy to each staff person.
· Send an e-mail to: email@example.com with the staff members names along with the names of your Senators and Congressman, their office addresses in DC, and their phone numbers so that we can follow up and visit them on the days preceding the briefing.
Many thanks for your willing participation to make this briefing a success.
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