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San Francisco considers cell phone radiation law

Tuesday, December 22, 2009

As Enviroblog readers may recall, we've been talking about cell phone radiation quite a bit this fall. In addition to a rigorous science assessment and tips on reducing your own radiation exposure, we've suggested that phones carry radiation labels (SAR values, actually) so consumers can make an educated choice when choosing a phone.

Well, good news from the west coast, then.

San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom is endorsing local legislation that would make that city the first in the country to require such consumer-friendly labeling.

Hear all about it in this TV interview with EWG's California Director, Renee Sharp:

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