Berkeley’s ‘Right to Know’ Cell Phone Radiation Warning Ordinance Now in Effect
24 Mar, 2016

Cell phone retailers in Berkeley are now required to post or hand out fliers warning customers of possible radiation exposure from the mobile devices.

The required warning is part of the so-called “right to know” ordinance voted unanimously by the city council in May 2015.

“I am excited,” Berkeley City Councilman Max Anderson said of the ordinance that went into effect Monday. “It’s been a long process.”

Anderson spent years fighting the cell phone industry to establish Berkeley’s cell phone “right to know” ordinance. The ordinance is the first law in the nation requiring cell phone retailers to warn customers about possible RF exposure.

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