Exelon, a major utility, was a key player in advancing Obama’s cap-and-trade energy policy.

The Chicago based company was lobbying hard for legislation aimed at significantly reducing carbon dioxide emissions.

The company also received a $200 million grant from President Obama’s stimulus plan.

At Exelon’s annual shareholder meeting on April 2nd, Tom and I urged the company to abandon its crony capitalism business strategy, including giving the stimulus money back to taxpayers.

Read the press release from the National Center for Public Policy Research: Shareholder Activists Applaud Retirement of Crony Capitalist

Listen to my question.

Listen to Tom’s question.