Meanwhile, earlier this year, Oregon senator Chip Shields introduced a bill that would have required warning labels on cell phones sold in the state detailing the dangers of radio-frequency radiation. That bill died in committee, but David Morrison — the constituent whom Shields introduced the bill for — says he’s not stopping his efforts to get the issue out in front of the public. Morrison first became interested in radio-frequency radiation when the school his daughter attended erected a cell phone tower on school property. He says he hopes the new WHO report makes people think twice about how they use their phones.
What concerns do you have about radiation from your phone? Does this new report change the way you use your cell phone? What questions do you have about this new WHO report?