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January 26, 2017
Yale Climate Connections quoted Richard Eidlin, ASBC VP of policy and campaigns, encouraging business leaders to engage in climate policies. “Businesses that are in [favor] of addressing climate change, and maintaining environmental safeguards need to really express their views and express the business case for doing so."
January 25, 2017
PNS Daily News radio show interviewed ASBC CEO David Levine about business opposition to the Keystone pipeline.
January 24, 2017
Green Line Series interviewed Richard Eidlin, Co-Founder and Vice President, Policy and Campaigns for the American Sustainable Business Council.
January 24, 2017
An article in In These Times quoted ASBC CEO David Levine in support of regulations. “Well-constructed regulations actually help business. Businesses depend on good regulations that promote prosperity and ensure a level playing field."
January 19, 2017
An article in TriplePundit supports ASBC's push for clean energy.
January 12, 2017
Bryan McGannon, ASBC policy director, told Bloomberg BNA that ASBC will work with congressional legislators to secure the reintroduction of the Cleaning Product Right to Know Act in 2017.
January 4, 2017
An article in The Hill cited ASBC's objections to the Midnight Rules Relief Act.
December 29, 2016
An article in NPR quoted ASBC CEO David Levine in support of increased wages.  Said Levine, "With that retention they're also getting employees that are more committed to the business, therefore productivity goes up."
December 20, 2016
ASBC Policy Director Bryan McGannon told Bloomberg BNA that safety and health practices should be a part of overall personnel practices. In addition to providing a safe workplace, sustainability includes such benefits as good pay and paid leave.
December 13, 2016
Solar Industry quoted ASBC CEO David Levine on Trump's nomination of former Texas Gov. Rick Perry as head of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Said Levine, “His close ties to the oil industry in his home state will likely lead to department policy that tilts the playing field in favor of fossil fuels."

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