Hawaii Bill calls for immediate smart meter moratorium

Hawaii SealWouldn’t it be fantastic if Hawaii could stop the smart meter deployment?

Hawaii state Representative Kaniela Ing has introduced a bill HR 146 “Expressing support for an immediate moratorium on the installation and promotion of smart meters until they are proven safe to public health and the environment, economy, and security of the state.”

Please support this effort by signing the Petition to Stop the “Smart Grid” in Hawaii until the safety of the technology involved can be proven:  http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/stop-smart-grid-electro?source=c.fwd&r_by=3159788

And submit testimony in support of this bill here:  http://www.capitol.hawaii.gov/measure_indiv.aspx?billtype=HR&billnumber=146&year=2014

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One Response to Hawaii Bill calls for immediate smart meter moratorium

  1. Unmani Cynthia Groves, Practice Mgmt. Consultant to Professionals on Health & Envt. says:

    Hawaii HRS 146 is a resolution, and not a bill. It was introduced by Rep Kaniela Ing who is on the House Safety Committee. Although the resolution was assigned committees, the resolution was killed before it could be heard because it was not scheduled for a hearing by the first c House Energy and Environment Committee and was too close to the deadline to be passed before the resolutions cross over to the Senate. Continue to email legislators directly your request for consumer protection and a moratorium on smart meters. Note “Legal Constitutional and Human Rights Violations of Smart Grid and Smart Grid Technology,” http://www.StopSmartGrid.org The hard hitting video from Jerry Day, media producer to utility company regulators is only 5 minutes. http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&feature=endscreen&v=UPLSwAm9DkQ

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