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Another “burden” on the U.S. Chamber’s agenda

     By Christine Hines   Tom Donohue, president and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, gave his annual “State of American Business” speech this week.  It came with the usual complaints about how corporations are “burdened” by important public protections needed to hold corporations accountable for wrongdoing, such as access to the civil …

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Same Old Story: Why the U.S. Chamber Needs a New Tune

Every January, U.S. Chamber of Commerce President Tom Donohue gives a speech detailing the organization’s agenda. Each year, he touches on the same tired arguments about how America needs more so-called free trade, greater investments in dirty energy, and less government oversight, and then  rattles off a laundry list of supposed unfair burdens to business.  …

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