We submitted several initiative petitions for the 2024 ballot, including for conflicts of interest and a fair legislature. However, our submissions were last minute. I was sick a lot this year – not covid – and then my car broke down – though I’ve got a new ride now. However, everything juxtaposed and made submissions […]
Please let me know of anything to add! MA RADIOFREQUENCY RADIATION (WIRELESS, ELECTRICITY) LEGISLATION Prepared by Kirstin Beatty ~ please note that my bills are initially idealistic, but become more practical with time. Note that the Massachusetts legislature decisions are tightly controlled by leadership – advancing legislation without the support of the House Speaker is
Below is a proposed amendment for S.186, a bill to investigate electromagnetic exposures like cellphone frequencies, because if this bill is approved then measures must be taken to hinder conflicts of interest and promote transparency. I know legislators may be reluctant to take a stand if in opposition to leadership, as leadership determines bonuses, etc.
We need an agency to investigate and report on conflicts of interest in state government, including heads of executive agencies, elected officials, and candidates thereof as well as for candidates for federal office on the Massachusetts state ballot. In Massachusetts, to get any kind of access to reported conflicts of interest, an individual must provide
After examining Senator Ed Markey’s wireless and tech stances, I think he’s just failing to regulate for safety. Markey has known for 15 or 20 years that wireless accelerates cancer, and yet just continues pushing wireless. Environmental organizations do just the same, from Sunrise to Sierra. Is there something I’ve missed? Or is it just
I’m sharing a post from 2018 which needs updating, but remains relevant – there is a little updating but not in full. This post is not necessarily helpful towards smoothing diplomatic relations with the persons mentioned, but should be more widely known. Relevant updates and new topics are welcome. A disturbing trend in Massachusetts seems
Here is a basic list of what I believe matters in the political arena: Environmental or Human Health – halting pollution – is my top concern. Of course, extracurricular activities, diet, and socialization play a role in our health, but pollutants can have devastating consequences beyond anyone’s control. Stronger protections need to exist not just