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Group moves ahead with expose of ‘Smart Meter’ concerns

Posted 6/14/2012

Las Vegas, NV – A newly formed organization, led by Mike Hazard, is working in southern Nevada to expose the potential dangers of “Smart Meters”.

According to their new website, “Nevada Constitutional Alliance is a group of concerned citizens from a non-partisan viewpoint; working to bring awareness to fellow Nevadans about Constitutional issues in our state and the nation that affect our every day lives. We are deeply concerned about the growing size of government and its ever-increasing intrusiveness and surveillance of our personal lives and privacy. Our intent is to educate through information and resources that promote involvement at a grass roots level.”

The website address is www.nevadaconstitutionalalliance.com

Hazard reports that the newly-formed organization had a “big success with close to 180 people attending the joint meeting with the Las Vegas Real Estate Club”.  According to Hazard, the room was packed, more chairs had to be brought in and it was standing room only in the back.  “There was a tremendous amount of support in opposition to smart meters and several folks came up afterwards asking for information and how to get involved.  The video filming was a big success as the audience was enthusiastic with their participation,” he stated.

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