CEOs ask Obama to stop EPA's "damaging" rules

04/29/2011 | Bloomberg

The Business Roundtable, consisting of a group of CEOs from major firms such as McGraw-Hill, Bechtel, Siemens and more, asked the Obama administration to stop the Environmental Protection Agency's enforcement of greenhouse-gas regulations. Such rules are "an example of damaging regulatory overreach that threatens to stifle U.S. economic growth and job creation," said Thomas Fanning, chairman, president and CEO of utility firm Southern Company.

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