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The SEC’s Climate Disclosure Risk Proposal Threatens an End-Run around Congress on Climate Policy

"The proposed climate disclosure rule is unnecessary, unjustified, and an expensive exercise in environmental bureaucracy with little to no practical benefit for U.S. investors. The billions of dollars in additional compliance costs would fall on the shareholders, employees, and customers of U.S. public companies, while the benefits would flow to a handful of large asset management, consulting, and accounting firms."

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