Children’s Health Defense on Tuesday petitioned the Federal Communications Commission to “quit stalling” and comply with a court-ordered mandate to explain how the agency determined its current guidelines to adequately protect humans and the environment against harmful effects of exposure to radiofrequency (RF) radiation.

Scott McCollough, lead attorney for CHD’s historic case and author of the petition, said “The FCC needs to receive all the evidence and science regarding the biological effects of RF radiation and deal with it in good faith. The agency must recognize that its current guidelines need to be changed to reflect reality.”