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October 25, 2016
Frank Knapp, president and CEO of the South Carolina Small Business Chamber of Commerce and co-chairman of ASBC, wrote an op-ed in the Florence Morning News in support of new economic policies to strengthen small businesses.
October 4, 2016
An article in the Grocery Headquarters quoted ASBC CEO David Levine on Earth Friendly Products' high standards of sustainability.  Said Levine, "This company is leading the way on some of the most pressing environmental issues of our time—climate, water and waste. More impressively, they've achieved these goals while paying their employees a living minimum wage and providing them great benefits."
October 8, 2016
An article in the New York Times quoted Bryan McGannon, ASBC policy director, in support of reforming federal laws overseeing personal care product ingredients.  Said McGannon, “Consumers are demanding cleaner and safer products, but we still have this law from almost 100 years ago."
October 6, 2016
An article in The Guardian quoted David Levine on the benefits of green chemistry.  Said Levine, "Green chemistry is providing an opportunity for a stronger economy and a healthier society.”
September 30, 2016
Gay Browne, founder of Greenopia, attended ASBC 2016 Sustainable Business Summit and wrote an op-ed in The Hill about her experiences at the Summit that left her inspired to move forward in a sustainable economy.
August 26, 2016
The Record Herald reported on the Annual Quad-State Legislative Conference where Bryan McGannon, ASBC's director of policy, was a guest speaker.
July 25, 2016
Bryan McGannon, policy director of ASBC, was part of a panel discussing the direction in which the Democrats need to proceed in order to change a perception that the party is pro-regulation and anti-business. An article in the Philadelphia Business Journal quoted McGannon, "Business is not monolithic. Not every business is represented by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce or NFIB. It's not solely about taxes."
July 21, 2016
E&E news discusses the spirited debate at ASBC's policy forum during the RNC about the best way to cut emissions. Supporters of a carbon tax tangled with Rod Richardson, president of the Grace Richardson Fund, who says "clean tax cuts" would be easier to pass with Republican help.
July 21, 2016
Cleveland.com discussed ASBC's policy Forum at Cleveland State University on July 20th on climate change, carbon dioxide reductions and corporate sustainability programs aimed at making business greener—all issues largely ignored by the Republican National Convention.
July 20, 2016
An article in the Dallas Morning News discussed how Conservative Dallas philanthropist Trammell S. Crow, a panelist on ASBC's Policy Forum on Conservative Thought and Sustainability at the RNC, makes the business case for cleaner energy

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