EXPOSURE: The groundswell of outrage in the business travel, hospitality, and conference industries has not only reached the ears of the Obama Administration, but netted coverage in the New York Times. The Greater California Livery Association and the National Limousine Association enjoined their voices to the grass-roots business movement fighting job-killing legislative curbs and controls on corporate travel and events. AIG excesses are not typical of corporate America, and should not be used by whoring politicians against industries that employ 1 out 7 private sector Americans. Let a thousand Ritz-Carlton conferences -- including the LCT SUMMIT -- bloom, and help take us out of the recession.-- M.R.
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