A very friendly ‘no’ from federal energy regulators is bad news for consumers

Cost-of-service rate treatment is exactly what we supposedly got away from by restructuring the electric industry to eliminate old-fashioned, vertically integrated utility monopolies.  The parade of generators begging for a return to the good old days could well include facilities like Seabrook, Merrimack and Schiller stations.

Study Links Declining Union Strength to More Workplace Deaths

It’s no secret that the waning power of American unions has contributed to stagnant wages. But a new study suggests that this trend hasn’t affected just worker income. It also may have cost thousands of lives.

NH Rental Market Remains Tight

In order to afford the statewide median cost of a typical two-bedroom apartment with utilities, a renter would have to earn 117% of the statewide median renter income, or over $47,100 a year.