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Business Roundtable appreciates the opportunity to comment on the Exposure Draft: Disclosure of Certain Loss Contingencies (the ED).

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has finalized or soon will be finalizing several regulations under the Clean Air Act addressing greenhouse gas emissions from power plants and major industrial sources.

Following our discussions with you earlier this summer, we agreed to work with you on near-term policies to create a favorable climate for job creation and economic growth.

The PACE Coalition opposes inclusion of the proposed international tax increases in the “Small Business Tax Relief Act of 2010”, scheduled for floor consideration today in the House of Representatives.

Dear Member of Congress:

We write today to express our strong opposition to the last-minute inclusion of international tax revenue raisers in the “Small Business Tax Relief Act” to be considered on the House floor today.

Dear Member of Congress: The PACE Coalition opposes inclusion of the proposed international tax increases in HR 5893, released on July 28, 2010, as "payfors" for expanded infrastructure incentives.

We are writing to express our strong opposition to the expansion of “Buy American” provisions included in H.R. 5320, the Assistance, Quality, and Affordability Act of 2010, that is scheduled for the suspension calendar today.

We are writing to express our opposition to the Shareholder Protection Act of 2010.

We appreciate the opportunity to explore with the Administration changes in the corporate tax structure that would serve to achieve that objective by increasing U.S. employment in the near term and putting the country on a path to future economic growth.

We, the undersigned U.S. companies and business organizations represented by the Tapping America’s Potential (TAP) Coalition, strongly support reauthorization of the America COMPETES Act.

America’s innovation system is a key component of U.S. national strength. Accordingly, Business Roundtable strongly supports reauthorization of the America COMPETES Act.

As a follow‐up to your request to both Business Roundtable and The Business Council for examples of pending legislation and regulations that have a dampening effect on economic growth and job creation, we surveyed our membership to get their views.

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