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Corporation Commission judge to hold hearing over "Smart Meters" on Wednesday
Increasing numbers of homeowners are saying "No!" to Smart Meters.
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OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Corporation Commission
sent out a “notice of hearing” recently, allowing for people concerned about
Smart Meters, placed on their homes, to appear tomorrow before an
administrative law judge with the OCC.

According to the document sent to Sherry Lamb, who
filed a complaint with the OCC earlier this year, after “developing
electromagnetic frequency sensitivity” following the January 2011 installation
of a Smart Meter on her home, “notice is further given that all interested
persons may appear and be heard and the Commission shall, after hearing and
taking evidence, issue such orders and grant such relief as it deems fair,
reasonable, necessary, proper and equitable in this cause, whether or not
specifically requested in the Complaint.”

Lamb’s physician, who has an Environmnetal Medicine
Clinic, has attested to Lamb developing electromagnetic frequency sensitivity
and has told her she must remove the Smart Meter from her home in order to

Red Dirt Report has learned that a lot of people
concerned about Smart Meters, including anti-Smart Meter activist Joe Esposito
and Norman blogger Kaye Beach, will be at the meeting at the Jim Thorpe Building
at 2101 N. Lincoln Blvd. at 1 p.m.

TO learn more about this meeting, contact Esposito
at or
call him at 918-639-3421.

In the meantime, to learn more about Smart Meters
and the dangers they pose to human health, go to

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