The Jackson Hole-based Environmental Health Trust has won what it calls a “historic” lawsuit against the Federal Communications Commission.

On Friday, Aug. 13, the 9th District Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C., the country’s second-highest court, ruled in favor of the nonprofit and its fellow petitioners. They argued that the federal agency had not taken into account new scientific evidence in drafting guidelines for exposure to radiation from cellphones and cell towers.

The last time the FCC updated its guidelines for safe levels of radiation exposure was 1996.
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