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March 22, 2012
David Brodwin, ASBC co-founder, discusses the high profile resignation of a Goldman Sachs executive and how it reflects the general state of professionalism in the current US economy.
March 15, 2012
Crowdfunding has now been passed and signed into law, with the SEC charged with working out the details.  Tell the SEC what you’d like to see as crowdfunding is implemented.  Read the suggestions offered by others. ASBC is collecting perspectives and will be providing a formal statement.
March 15, 2012
Washington, DC – The American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC) called on the Senate yesterday to pass the CROWDFUND Act (S.2190). In a letter delivered to Senate leaders, ASBC said the legislation will help small businesses expand by creating new and better avenues to capital. “Small businesses create two-thirds of the net... read more
March 15, 2012
David Brodwin, ASBC co-founder, discusses crowdfunding—why it is so important to help American's small businesses grow, and why the right framework is needed to protect investors from  fraud.
March 15, 2012
Roll Call's story on the push for a regulatory framework for crowdfunding features ASBC Action Fund Vice Chair Frank Knapp.
March 14, 2012
Techpresident's lead story notes ASBC's involvement in the push for crowdfunding legislation.
March 9, 2012
ASBC commends the U.S. Senate for rejecting once again the Keystone pipeline; meanwhile a new report from NRDC details the damage the pipeline would cause by accelerating climate change and undermining US national and energy security.
March 9, 2012
The American Sustainable Business Council, a coalition of 45 business organizations, commended the Senate vote yesterday that defeated an amendment to advance the dangerous Keystone XL crude oil pipeline. The amendment, proposed by Senator John Hoeven (R-ND) and attached to the Transportation Bill, would have undercut the... read more
March 8, 2012
David Brodwin, ASBC co-founder, explains how sound regulations stimulate innovation and help the economy grow. Good regulations liberate the economy from the dominant industries of the past that would resist disruptive technologies and other innovations.
March 1, 2012
Scott Klinger, tax policy director of Business for Shared Prosperity, a partner in ASBC, penned on op ed on misguided corporate tax loopholes, which ran in The Hill as well as the San Francisco Chronicle.


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