Maureen Dowd gets it wrong on cellphone warnings. Even aside from the foolishness of having municipalities regulate interstate commerce labeling requirements (what happens when Chicago decides that cell-phone warning labels should be in a different font than San Francisco does?), the San Francisco legislation is, as I noted in a January AOLNews piece, counterproductive to consumer safety and not, as Mayor Newsom would have it, "relatively benign."
Maureen Dowd gets it wrong on cellphone warnings
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