Tips from Judy

Judy has spent most of her career as a government lawyer doing policy analysis in the areas of energy, food, and health. Her original background was technical, and in recent years, she has expanded her interests to business, especially start-ups, because policy always has a business aspect. She has broad expertise and will sometimes include recipe ideas in her blog. Future topics will include Lyme disease, solar energy, and food as medicine.
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26 Mar: COVID-19: Suggestions for staying healthy

The COVID-19 health crisis is evolving daily, and providers of important products and services are scrabbling to keep up. Until supplies catch up with demand, what else can we do? As much as possible, you should stay home and avoid other people unless required to go out for work or important services or supplies. If you don’t live alone, everyone in…

04 Mar: EMFs, Risks, Not Enough to Stop 5G Network

The FCC’s proposed regulations would allow widespread and rapid deployment of a “5G” network under a proposed “streamlining” of the siting process. Not only is the justification of deployment weak, there are many reasons that large scale “streamlined” (minimal government oversight, especially at the state level) and rapid deployment is a very bad idea.