The so-called “forever chemical” can be found in every room of the author’s home. It’s in the nonstick pans used for taco night, food packaging from take-out, on a floor mat and in waterproof boots. And, he learned, in his (and Ling Ling’s) blood.
Commercial and industrial revenue fell for Michigan utilities when the COVID-19 lockdown closed factories and other businesses. Can they recoup their losses through rate hikes? Or should stockowners bear that burden?