Democracy Now! Favoriting : Playlist from April 17, 2024

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Favoriting April 17, 2024

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April 2024. The Lofts Mile End 5220 Jeanne Mance, Montreal, have allowed Rodgers to install three, 5 g cell phone antennas and 2 more in the process of being installed on the roof of the building. This is not only a possible health hazard but also it is a visual pollution as well as lowering property values around. Do not let them get away with this. Protest!
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