AMI Smart Meter Politics: Can Pennsylvania Pass Into Law An Opt-Out Bill Just Introduced?

‘The good people of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania have been deprived of their U.S. and State Constitutional rights regarding the forced imposition along with aggravated harassment by utility companies of those who stood their rights for refusing an AMI Smart Meter because the law enacted (Act 129 of 2008) was written as an Opt-In bill/law. However, many people are chomping at the bit about what’s going on in Pennsylvania and there’s been a new set of bills affecting AMI Smart Meters introduced in to the House Consumer Affairs Committee. Below is an overview of what’s happened in the past so previous bills wouldn’t be enacted, plus information why there has to be an investigation into the chairman of that committee. Ever since the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PA PUC) erroneously believed, as confirmed in PA PUC Office of Communication’s Dave Hixson’s March 22, 2017 letter to Thomas A. McCarey, and wrote implementation regulations for AMI Smart Meters per HB2200/Act 129 (2008), which actually was written as an OPT-IN Bill for electric, natural gas and water utilities, passed and signed as OPT-IN legislation [see HB2200 §2807(f)7(2) (i), (ii), (iii)], Pennsylvanians have suffered much harassment, indignation, and even poor health for themselves and their families (electromagnetic hypersensitivity—EHS) as a result with no apparent relief in sight.’ Read more: AMI Smart Meter Politics: Can Pennsylvania Pass Into Law An Opt-Out Bill Just Introduced?
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