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Hawaii May Require Warning Labels On All Cell Phones

26
Feb
2014

Do you love the sleek, simplistic design of your phone? If so, you might want to shop for your next upgrade somewhere other than the Aloha state, where a bill is threatening to require a relatively large warning label be displayed on all cell phones. If Senate Bill 2571 SD1 is passed, all new and refurbished cell phones sold for profit in Hawaii would require a non-removable label on their backsides, covering at least 30 percent of the phones surfaces. In bold letters, the label would read, To reduce exposure to radiation that may be hazardous to your health, please

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