New Kentucky Governor Stopped Utility “Smart” Meter Rollout When He Was Attorney General. Why All Elected Officials Should.

New Kentucky Governor Stopped Utility “Smart” Meter Rollout When He Was Attorney General. Why All Elected Officials Should. By B.N. Frank Tens of millions of utility “Smart” Meters have been installed in the U.S. and worldwide so it’s likely that they have been installed on your home and throughout your community. These meters are so problematic that many elected officials have taken action against them (see 1, 2) including newly elected Kentucky Governor, Andy Beshear.  He put the kibosh on their continued deployment while he was Attorney General. From AARP…

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Google Paying Louisville, KY Almost $4M to Remove Fiber and Fix Roads After Failed Installation Experiment

Google Paying Louisville, KY Almost $4M to Remove Fiber and Fix Roads After Failed Installation Experiment By B.N. Frank According to The Verge, Google has agreed to pay Louisville, KY $3.84M to remove the company’s fiber and infrastructure as well as repair and repave city roads. What a mess. Many Americans aren’t aware that The Telecom Industry has been installing fiber all over the U.S to eventually attach 5G small cell technology to it despite the fact that telecom employees gave congressional testimony that they have no scientific proof that…

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Are Americans Becoming Soft or Safety-Conscious? How Kentucky Governor and FCC Chairman Shamed Americans for Having Backbones.

Are Americans Becoming Soft or Safety-Conscious? How Kentucky Governor and FCC Chairman Shamed Americans for Having Backbones. By B.N. Frank Many of us are already aware that earlier this week there was a Polar Vortex that affected a large part of the Midwest and Northeast.  Businesses, churches, and schools closed because of below zero temperatures and wind chills.  Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin complained about schools closing based on these unusual extreme temperatures. Gov. Matt Bevin prodded Kentucky school districts to toughen up in the face of dangerously frigid winds that are blowing through the region. Speaking…

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Kentucky AARP and Attorney General Say Utility Smart Meters Are Too Expensive And Unnecessary. Kentuckians Don’t Want Them Because Of That And More.

Kentucky AARP and Attorney General Say Utility Smart Meters Are Too Expensive And Unnecessary. Kentuckians Don’t Want Them Because Of That And More. By B.N. Frank Citizens, elected officials, consumer rights and environmental organizations, and people all over the world don’t want utility “Smart” Meters installed on their homes and throughout their communities for a variety of reasons: They can cause fires and explosions. They can cause appliances to malfunction and break. They can make people and animals sick due to their RF emissions. They are notorious for measurement errors…

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