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December 12, 2017
An article in praised ASBC members Badger Balm and TCG, Inc., for following high road workplace policies and citied ASBC advocacy guide.
December 11, 2017
An article in TriplePundit promotes ASBC's advocacy guide for responsible business leaders about how small business owners to CEOs can make their voices heard by lawmakers and the media on these important issues.
December 11, 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.
December 7, 2017
Jim Osgood, CEO of Klean Kanteen (an ASBC member), wrote an op-ed in GreenBiz urging business leaders to protect the EPA's Clean Water Rule.
December 6, 2017
Barry A. Cik, co-founder and technical director of Naturepedic (an ASBC member), wrote an op-ed in against the the Regulatory Accountability Act(RAA). Cik urges Congress to reject the RAA and keep businesses competitive to keep all kids and grandkids safe.
November 28, 2017
Washington, DC – In response to the Federal Communications Commission’s planned vote to dismantle net neutrality protections on December 14, the American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC) released the following statement, which may be attributed to David Levine, President, CEO and Co-founder of ASBC:“Net neutrality fuels... read more
November 27, 2017
Michael Eberhart, ASBC's Public Relations Intern, wrote an op-ed in TriplePundit urging businesses to support high road business policies for a stronger economy.
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 8, 2017
ASBC, Main Street Alliance, and the South Carolina Small Business Chamber of Commerce sent a letter to Chairman Grassley and Ranking Member Feinstein urging them to give small business owners access to the courts for equal protection against offending parties. Read the full letter.
November 6, 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... read more


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