PBS story on smart meter protests in California

Lynne Kiesling Friday night’s PBS Newshour had a feature story on the protests in California over the installation of digital electricity meters in the PG&E distribution monopoly service territory. These protests focus on two separate issues: one is a claim that the wireless communications from the meters create electromagnetic fields that harm health, and the … More PBS story on smart meter protests in California

Bloomberg’s bureaucratic “Big Gulp” rule, more unintended costs

Lynne Kiesling Seth Goldman is one of the entrepreneurial founders of the beverage company Honest Tea, which makes fresh-brewed, organic, low-sugar teas and sells them in a global industry standard bottle: 500ml, or 16.9 ounces. You’d think that such an entrepreneurial activity and such a beverage would be attractive even to Nanny Mayor Michael Bloomberg. … More Bloomberg’s bureaucratic “Big Gulp” rule, more unintended costs