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San Francisco recently passed a law requiring vendors to post the amount of electromagnetic radiation emitted by cellphones. It is the most recent step in a long-running fight over what amount of radiation can be safely absorbed by the human body. We hear what the two sides are fighting over.
- Renee Sharp Senior Scientist and Director, Environmental Working Group (California Office)
- John Walls Vice President of Public Affairs, CTIA
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