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A few months back I attended a small convention where I sat at a table with other Michigan Analog Meter Choice advocates. We were there to offer information about the new electronic public utility meters, and why it had become necessary to support legislation that would protect us from forced installations of these new meters.
At one point, I was approached by a woman who wanted to tell me something. "I'm not afraid of smart meters", she said in a somewhat hushed tone.
We talked for several minutes, and even laughed together a few times, though she continued to repeat, "I'm not afraid of smart meters." It was as if she didn't hear what I was saying about the real issues with electronic and smart meters.
This is about the health of our children and grandchildren.
This isn't about fear.