In a win for West Marin activists concerned about exposure to electromagnetic frequencies, Governor Jerry Brown vetoed Senate Bill 649, which would have expanded California’s wireless network capacity by allowing the expansion of so-called small cells in public rights-of-ways. His decision made earlier this month earned praise in Inverness. “It was stunning and exciting, because . . .

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