Got a Question About Work in the Wake of #MeToo? You’re Not Alone.

That’s why we’re excited that the Harvard Business Review has an ask-the-expert callout running as part of their Managing #MeToo series. They’re going to explore what the standards should be, how they should be enforced and more.

OPINION: Eversource Arrogance Continues By Burt Cohen

Martin Murray, spokesman for Northern Pass, said, “We are shocked and outraged by today’s SEC outcome.” He continued, “Clearly, the SEC process is broken.” In other words: How dare the members of the SEC (site evaluation committee) not do as we command! And all seven of them!

Hydro-Quebec Says Two Other Mass. Clean Energy Bidders Still Want to Move Forward

“We are in the wait and see position right now,” said Hydro-Quebec spokesman Lynn St-Laurent. She said the Northern Pass project was further along with an in-service date of 2020. “We need to see what is going to happen,” St-Laurent said, “to see if the in-service date 2020 still holds.”

Sununu After Zinke Meeting: Drilling Off NH Coast Not Likely Option

Gov. Sununu: “Success is built on personal relationships, which is why I spent time visiting directly with Secretary Zinke in Washington, D.C. today to discuss the future of potential offshore drilling along New Hampshire’s coast.”

How Your NH Elected Officials Are Spinning the Government Re-Opening

The following news releases are from Gov. Chris Sununu, R-NH, a joint statement from U.S. Senators Jeanne Shaheen and Maggie Hassan, and another from U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster, all Democrats. The file will be updated as more news releases are received so New Hampshire people can read first-hand what they are saying about the government re-opening to the news media. There is also a link to the Washington Post’s most recent story.