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March 30, 2016
An article in Media Matters used ASBC's polling results to show how small business supports the proposed protections for streams and wetlands in the EPA's Waters of the United States rule.
March 22, 2016
AZBigMedia discussed how Local First Arizona is partnering with the American Sustainable Business Council to bring the discussion on carbon pricing to Arizona.
February 25, 2016
An article in thedailystar.com quoted David Levine, ASBC's CEO and president, in support of paid family leave. Said Levine, “The American Sustainable Business Council along with members across the state of New York, proudly supports the paid leave bill.”
February 23, 2016
An article in the Greek Reporter discussed Earth Friendly Products' special event to introduce the work of the American Sustainable Business Council.
February 11, 2016
An article in ThinkProgress quoted ASBC co-chair Frank Knapp, Jr. in support of the Clean Power Plan. Said Knapp, “The Supreme Court didn’t negate any of what’s on the ground and what’s already moving. In the big scheme of things, it’s OK. We can survive this."
January 21, 2016
An article in the Bronx Free Press quoted ASBC President and CEO David Levine on banning toxins from children's toys. Said Levine, “If we can take the lead out of gasoline, or the BPA out of baby bottles, then we could eliminate toxins in toys."
January 20, 2016
An article in the Grand Forks Herald and WDAZ.com quoted Richard Eidlin, ASBC's co-founder & vice president of policy and campaigns, stating the importance of clean water. Said Eidlin, "The resolution to kill the Clean Water Rule would have ended an effort to keep America’s waterways clean and protect American farmers from undue regulatory burden. The economy simply can’t survive without clean water."
January 11, 2016
An article in the Washington Post quoted Richard Eidlin, ASBC's VP of policy and campaigns, regarding the upcoming State of the Union address.  Said Eidlin, “ASBC presented a short list of items we’d like him to talk about. We’ve made suggestions on everything from how to minimize tax inversions, to dealing with climate change, to calling on Congress to pass a higher federal minimum wage.”
December 19, 2015
The Union Leader and the New Hampshire Business Review reported on an event that was co-sponsored by ASBC, the Campaign for a Family Friendly Economy, the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation and the Center for American Progress to discuss the benefits of family-friendly policies and their impact in the workplace.
December 10, 2015
The MPR News Climate Cast radio show looked at corporations and what role they play in the reduction of carbon emissions. Several companies attended the Paris Climate Talks. Guests interviewed on the program were Eric Roston, sustainability editor at Bloomberg.com and Richard Eidlin, the co-founder and vice president of Policy for American Sustainable Business Council.

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