Letters to the Editor

Give us the real RGGI story

To the editor: Re the article about RGGI by Bob Sanders in the Nov. 2-15 issue (“RGGI, subsidies expose differences on energy conservation). He did a credible job with the info he had. I am a skeptic about the supposed…

An 8-cent health care solution

To the editor: In his column in the Sept. 7-20 NHBR, Tony Paradiso uses McDonald's as an example of the (implied negative) impact of the health care law on small businesses. He writes, "McDonald's CFO estimates that the law will…

'No Labels' is about compromising principles

To the editor: Having a pecuniary interest in the success of his “No Labels” group, it’s not at all surprising that Bill Galston would go on the attack against my criticism of his organization. ("'No Labels' is democracy in action,"…

Why universal care makes sense

To the editor:   Health care is a current and long-term subject for all Americans. Our leaders in Washington and elsewhere are not being successful in presenting Americans with a fair, reasonably priced program. Medicare is available to a large…

SB 284 is only a little step

Recently dental hygienists Kyle Messier and Hope Saltmarsh penned an article in NHBR (“N.H.'s big step forward to improve oral health,” Aug. 24-Sept. 6 NHBR), extolling how the passing of Senate Bill 284 has the potential to significantly improve access…

Unique STAR program works to close skills gap

I really appreciated reading the article about the Regional Center for Advanced Manufacturing (RCAM) Center in Keene that appeared in the most recent edition of NHBR (“Keene consortium sows seeds for future manufacturing workforce,” Aug. 10-23 NHBR). Our college is…