Berkeley Rips Group's FCC Radiation Rule Claims At 9th Circ.

Law360, Washington (May 13, 2016, 8:10 PM EDT) -- The City of Berkeley, California, has told the Ninth Circuit that an argument by CTIA-The Wireless Association that the Federal Communications Commission does not require radio frequency disclosures is blatantly false, as the organization challenges the city's attempt to require cellphone retailers to include a radiation warning with all sales.

Berkeley said the court must block the argument that the FCC suggests but does not require the disclosures, given that it has only emerged in a reply brief on appeal and it is too late now to raise the issue. CTIA has asked the appeals court to overrule a lower court's refusal to issue a...

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