The Dangers of Cell Phone Radiation Discussed on America’s Work Force

Norbert Heuser with ProtectPro Technology spoke with America’s Work Force on June 17 about the dangers of radiation from cellphones and technology alike.

ProtectPro TechnologyHeuser spoke to America’s Work Force about technology, more specifically cell phones, causing cancer. According to Heuser, more and more people suffer from the effects of high-intensity radiation and the human body cannot tolerate being exposed to more than 100 to 120 milliwatts per square meter, where a typical cell phone call is anywhere between 2,000 and 6,000 milliwatts per square meter. He said there were exposure limits set by the cellphone industry, but the government does not follow the guidelines because the cellphone industry is such a large money maker. Heuser also talked about a cancer outbreak in California at a middle school, affecting children and teachers, caused by a cell tower that is within a close proximity of the school’s playground.

State Representative Tom PattonOhio State Representative, Tom Patton, spoke with AWF on June 17 about Ohio House Bill 6, the clean air bill. Patton discussed his opinion on nuclear energy, how it is the cleanest power, as well as subsidizing wind and solar energy. Patton also talked about worker compensation legislature and helping out people with PTSD, as well as the 9/11 first responders.

AWF host Ed “Flash” spoke about fixing the new NAFTA to include more protections for workers, and President Trump instructing his aids to lie about his poll standings when asked about them.

 



America’s Work Force is the only daily labor-radio program in the US and has been on the air since 1993, supplying listeners with useful, relevant input into their daily lives through fact-finding features, in-depth interviews, informative news segments and practical consumer reports. America’s Work Force is committed to providing an accessible venue in which America’s workers and their families can hear discussion on important, relevant topics such as employment, healthcare, legislative action, labor-management relations, corporate practices, finances, local and national politics, consumer reports and labor issues.

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Ohio Legislative Agenda was Discussed on America’s Work Force

On Feb. 18, Ohio State Senator Tom Patton discussed new legislation for Ohio while on America’s Work Force.

 

State Representative Tom PattonPatton discussed legislation focused on repairing and improving infrastructure, mainly on Ohio’s bridges. According to Patton, Ohio has the second most amount of bridges in the United States, behind Texas, and that most of them are due for repair and other improvements. Along with bridges, he talked about repairing roads and improving other infrastructure. Patton also discussed drawing more high school students toward the trades while validating that it is a viable career for their future.

 

Andrew Rosenthal New York TimesAndrew Rosenthal, journalist with the New York Times, talked about his new book, The New York Times Book of Politics: 167 Years of Covering the State of the Union. During this time, he addresses how coverage has changed from 1851 to today and how the president’s relationship with the press is constantly changing.

 

AWF host Ed “Flash” Ferenc spoke about presidential rankings, such as most popular, most hated, most successful, and more.



America’s Work Force is the only daily labor-radio program in the US and has been on the air since 1993, supplying listeners with useful, relevant input into their daily lives through fact-finding features, in-depth interviews, informative news segments and practical consumer reports. America’s Work Force is committed to providing an accessible venue in which America’s workers and their families can hear discussion on important, relevant topics such as employment, healthcare, legislative action, labor-management relations, corporate practices, finances, local and national politics, consumer reports and labor issues.

AMERICA’S WORK FORCE RADIO IS BROUGHT TO YOU IN PART BY OUR SPONSORS LIUNA,COMMUNICATIONS WORKERS OF AMERICA, UNITED STEEL WORKERS, UNITED LABOR AGENCY, INTERNATIONAL UNION OF PAINTERS AND ALLIED TRADES, UNITED AUTO WORKERS, INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS, AFL-CIO, OHIO FEDERATION OF TEACHERS, CLEVELAND FEDERATION OF MUSICIANS, AMERICAN FEDERATION OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES.

Fairness in Lending Act Discussed on America’s Work Force.

On the show today we had Tom Patton, State Representative from Ohio, and Tammy Wise with Fresh Water Cleveland. Tom Patton discussed payday lending, House Bill 123, the Fairness in Lending Act, and jobs that were gained in Ohio. Tammy Wise discussed Freshwater Cleveland their social media following, and six bold ideas that could be used to change Cleveland!