Letters to the Editor

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…

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…

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…

Eversource’s ‘bully’ tactics

To the editor: I have been a resident of New Hampshire since 1960. I am currently a selectman in the town of Rumney and feel Burt Cohen’s comments on Eversource were on point (“The arrogance of Eversource,” Feb. 16-March 1…

More on the separation of powers

To the editor: As a member of the House Judiciary Committee and later as its chair, I thank you for the excellent article regarding the Brock impeachment (“New Hampshire’s impeachment crisis of 2000,” March 16-29 NH Business Review). But I…

The price of low corporate jet fees

To the editor: In response to your articles published Feb. 27, 2018 and May 24, 2017 about the disparity of jet fees between New Hampshire and Massachusetts — $300,000 registration fee in New Hampshire, versus $300 in Massachusetts: That is…