Note – The US Chamber of Commerce, along with the Manhattan Institute, paid to have the oft times debunked American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine’s Mold Guidance for physicians translated into “easy speak” so it could be distributed to the insurance, banking, construction, and other stakeholder industries so they could defend themselves against mold illnesses and claims. Mary Mulvey Jacobson
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce – the self-proclaimed voice of business in Washington—has been wrong on virtually every major public-policy issue of the past decade: financial deregulation, tax and fiscal policy, global warming and environmental enforcement, consumer protection, health care reform …
More on the Chamber –
Secrecy, The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and the Yes Men
It’s official. The ““no-one-should-have-access-to-the-courts-except-us” U.S. Chamber has filed a lawsuit against the Yes Men for punking them over their primitive views on climate change.
On a related note, Joanne Doroshow of the Center for Justice & Democracy, has a featured blog on The Huffington Post today, talking about the Chamber’s “jaw-dropping hypocrisy,” as well as its penchant for secrecy in its ongoing attempts “to convince average Americans to give up their rights to go to court against reckless corporations and to make sure the insurance industry can keep a little more money in its pocket.”
The Secret Chamber of Commerce and its “Tort Reform” Mission – Joanne Doroshow
Note – Information on Riverstone Residential knowingly exposing tenants to extreme amounts of mold toxins at Toxic Mold Infested Jefferson Lakes Apartments in Baton Rouge, Louisiana