The House Judiciary Committee last week subpoenaed certain organizations that support ESG to investigate whether the groups have violated antitrust laws, according to the committee. The first subpoena went to As You Sow, which the committee said did not respond to previous voluntary requests for documents and information.
The committee also subpoenaed the Glasgow Financial Alliance for Net Zero (GFANZ), alleging similar possible antitrust behavior.
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