The Latest News in Oregon:


The review required by OHA as mandated by SB283 (2019), of science related to possible harm to children in schools from microwave emitting devices has been completed and released.    Unfortunately the design and implementation of the review was a sham and riddled with scientific misconduct and industry friendly corruption.

An article was released yesterday in the Washington Spectator detailing the intentionally flawed design and suppression of science.  The first draft showed many pathways to harm from chronic microwave exposure to both children and teachers.  That draft was not released and withheld from a FOIA request.  OHA committed a crime by suppressing the first draft.  The draft was obtained instead from an employee of OHA.

The author of the article, Dan Forbes, met with Sen. Dembrow who suggested holding a senate hearing including the OHA and those who have uncovered the corruption within the OHA.

We are asking for your support in getting that hearing scheduled and eventually retracting the seriously flawed "review."

Please contact Sen. Dembrow (and/or your representative) and voice your support for a hearing. Find your legislator here. Ask them to call for a hearing on the legitimacy of the OHA Report on Wireless Technology, and then tell them the FCC OTARD rule is a violation of your rights to a safe and healthy environment. 


OTARD stands for Over the Air Reception Device.  This rule originated years ago to allow home owners to install satellite antennas for receiving video and Internet services for private use only.  Effective March 29, 2021, the FCC has changed the rule to allow antennas on private property to not only receive voice, data, and video services but to transmit these services, including “5G,” TO NEIGHBORS.  This is a “back-door” maneuver to install “5G” neighborhood networks without the need for any city or county approval.  In some cities, antenna companies are already offering homeowner incentives, such as free Wi-Fi, to become a “5G” hub for the neighborhood.“Homeowner liability for health claims from their neighbors could cause bankruptcy.  Insurance companies will not insure Telecoms against health claims.”  

“The evidence of an association between cellular phone use and the risk of glioma in adults is quite strong” and “In my opinion, RF exposure probably causes gliomas and neuromas and, given the human, animal and experimental evidence, I assert that, to a reasonable degree of scientific certainty, the probability that RF exposure causes gliomas and neuromas is high.”

                                                                                    Christopher Portier PhD.

                                                                                    32 year US Government Scientist, CDC and NTP

                                                                                    Expert Court Report, March 2021[1]



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Martin Luther King Jr.