This week marks the first anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, which one year ago tore a path of destruction through much of New York and New Jersey. While media coverage will no doubt focus on the images of nature wreaking havoc on the Eastern Seaboard, we would do well to look at the very human failings that contributed to the damage and suffering inflicted by Sandy.
|By: Julie Gutman Dickinson Wednesday October 30, 2013 2:59 pm|
|By: Scarecrow Friday April 29, 2011 3:31 pm|
Despite Congress making nearly $20 billions in construction loan guarantees available since 2005, and the Obama Administration and Congress proposing to add up to $36 billion more, those funds are going begging for applicants, Wald reports. And the few utilities that have applied are backing off.
|By: Scarecrow Wednesday April 7, 2010 2:35 pm|
Private health insurers in Massachusetts are threatening to withhold offers for new plans in the state’s Health insurance “Connector.” That follows a decision by the Massachusetts insurance regulator to deny most of the requests by insurers to raise their insurance premiums. We’ve seen this before, and unless the Massachusetts Governor and regulators are smarter than California’s Governor and Public Utility Commission, this is not going to turn out well.