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December 19, 2017
The Houstonia cited ASBC's open letter to FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai opposing the elimination of net neutrality.
December 18, 2017
An article in MultiBriefs Exclusive cited ASBC's opposition to the Republican Party's Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
December 11, 2017
An article in Newsweek quoted David Levine, ASBC's CEO and president, supporting net neutrality. Said Levine, “Net neutrality fuels business competition. Without net neutrality, we lose the free market aspects of the Internet."
December 11, 2017
An article in praised ASBC members Badger Balm and TCG, Inc., for following high road workplace policies and citied ASBC advocacy guide.
December 10, 2017
An article in the Boston Globe quoted Rachel Solem, president of Irving House (an ASBC member), and other signers of ASBC's letter urging the FCC to keep current Net neutrality rules in place.
November 22, 2017
An article in the New York Times cited ASBC's open letter to the F.C.C. in support of net neutrality.
November 1, 2017
An article in Bloomberg BNA quoted ASBC's CEO and President David Levine urging the SBA to cancel the contract to conduct a study on the disproportionate cost impact of regulations on small businesses. The contract was awarded to two researchers whose previous work has been widely criticized. Said Levine, "The SBA should start over and do a better job of reaching out to qualified entities."
October 12, 2017
Common Dreams quoted ASBC CEO David Levine opposing the latest executive order that will weaken Affordable Care Act.  Said Levine, "This executive order will put sand in the gears of the ACA markets, leading to increased destabilization. American businesses—both large and small—need more stabilization of the ACA markets, not less."
October 11, 2017
The Greek Reporter announced Kelly Vlahakis-Hanks, president and CEO of Earth Friendly Products and ASBC board member, was awarded Chapman University's School and College Distinguished Alumni.
September 28, 2017
The Boston Herald quoted John O'Neill, ASBC's senior tax analyst, saying that tax reform isn't as useful to the economy as investing in infrastructure and education. This AP piece also ran in at least 160 outlets in the US.