The American Society of Association Executives has sent a letter to Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) asking him to reconsider the bill he introduced to Congress earlier this week—TARP Taxpayer Protection and Corporate Responsibility Act (S. 463). If passed, the bill would prevent companies that have received funds from the government’s Troubled Asset Relief Program from hosting, sponsoring, or paying for conferences, holiday parties, and entertainment events unless they receive a waiver from the ...

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