Poor Reception 

Cell phone industry lawsuit puts skids on proposed Arcata radiation labeling ordinance

"Ideally, this type of legislation would not be something that local government would pass," said Councilmember Shane Brinton during the Arcata City Council's regular meeting last Tuesday, as he pushed his fellow members to consider an ordinance that would require cell phone…

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