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Business Roundtable Calls Regulatory Recommendation ‘A Worthy Exercise’

Executive branch agencies have done good work in reviewing existing regulations and recommending where they can be streamlined, improved or eliminated. It was a worthy exercise, and Business Roundtable thanks the administration for conducting the review.

Environmental Protection Agency’s Move on Ozone Recognizes Threat to Jobs, Economy

The decision by the Environmental Protection Agency to seek further delay on its proposed ozone rules tells us the Obama administration recognizes the disastrous consequences that more restrictive ozone regulations would have on the economy and jobs creation.

Business Leaders Urge President Obama to Stay Discretionary EPA Ozone Regulation That Threatens Job Creation, Economic Growth

Business Roundtable, American Petroleum Institute, National Association of Manufacturers, National Federation of Independent Business, American Chemistry Council and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce today sent a letter to President Obama urging him to delay issuing new ozone standards until 2013, when a review of air quality standards is required by law.

Business Group Letter Urging President Obama to Stay Discretionary EPA Ozone Regulation

As associations that represent thousands of American businesses, both large and small, who employ millions of U.S. workers, we are deeply concerned about the harmful impact the EPA’s proposed final rule on ground-level ozone.

Editorial Quick Hits: EPA Rules Bad for Business

On Saturday, The Detroit News highlighted an op-ed from Business Roundtable President John Engler, published last week in The Wall Street Journal.

“Clearing the Air, But at What Cost?”

“Putting stricter federal caps on allowable ozone would be difficult – and expensive – for the Denver metro area.”

President Obama, Don’t Harm American Job Creation and Economic Recovery!

New EPA ozone standard would be ‘single most expensive environmental regulation ever imposed on the U.S. economy’

American Businesses Single Out Proposed EPA Ozone Regulations as Major Threat to Jobs, Economy

Business Roundtable, American Chemistry Council, American Petroleum Institute, National Association of Manufacturers and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce today urged the EPA to delay issuing new ozone standards until 2013, when a review of air quality standards is required by law.

Honeywell CEO Dave Cote Notes Uncertainty in Regulations Hurts Ability for Business to Create Jobs

Honeywell CEO Dave Cote joined Meet the Press on Sunday, July 17 to discuss challenges facing the private sector, including uncertainty of regulation and demand.

View the clip in its entirety on Meet the Press.

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Committee Priorities

Business Roundtable supports a smarter, more modern approach to regulation that meets regulatory goals while also promoting innovation, economic growth and job creation. Read More
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