Letters to the Editor

Roche is wrong on PFAS standards

To the editor: I read with interest Jim Roche’s op-ed (Dec 7-20 NH Business Review) on PFAS and science and regulation, and began thinking where to start, but then I ran across a this letter in Foster’s Daily Democrat from…

A ’much appreciated’ cost transparency story

To the editor: Bob Sanders’ article (“A tale of healthcare transparency,” Nov. 9-22 NH Business Review) was a great story! I wish others would share similar stories and expose what’s really going on with healthcare costs. I am a physical…

Is the NH House too large? Here’s one answer

To the editor: In response to Brad Cook’s article in the NH Business Review of Aug. 3-16 (“Is the NH House too large?), I offer the following: In 1974 I was elected to the NH Constitutional Convention from Grafton District…

Override the governor's biomass vetoes

To the editor: The governor’s vetoes of Senate Bills 365 and 446 must be overturned. Here is why:  Stand on any hilltop or mountain in New Hampshire and what do you see in every direction you look?  Trees, we have millions of…

The governor was right to veto SB 365

To the editor: NH’s Consumer Advocate, Don Kreis, wrote an article in April for InDepthNH, “Subsidy Season at State House For Wood-Burning Plants” He reminds us there are unresolved issues with Senate Bill 365, the biomass and waste incineration bill…

It’s not solar that gets the subsidy

To the editor: I’m writing in response to the opinion piece by Bill O’Brien and Greg Moore, “Hey solar industry, why the subsidy?” Let’s get this straight. There was NO subsidy for the solar industry in Senate Bill 446. SB…

What about the self-employed?

To the editor: I was disappointed in the article you published on the Senate Bill 313 Medicaid expansion (“Medicaid expansion is critical for NH,” April 13-26 NH Business Review). Health insurance for a self-employed person is higher than the average…

The fallacy of non-renewable energy

To the editor: Poor Tom Sullivan (“Environmental activists ignore energy realities,” April 27-May 10 NH Business Review). He must not have been in New Hampshire in the 1970s … or maybe he forgot … when Public Service Company was promising…

The consequences of media illiteracy

To the editor:   Have you ever posted an article to Facebook – just the headline and the link? And then up pops a comment asking a question that is clearly answered in the article? It happens all the time.…

A narrow vision of the generations

To the editor:   This is a response to Jordan Bean’s series of columns on the millennial workforce. What more would you expect from a consultant (whatever that means) with two-plus years’ work experience? Mr. Bean’s article is full of…