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WASHINGTON, DC-GlobeSt.com caught up with Skanska USA president Mike McNally to hear first hand what he hopes to accomplish by resigning his membership in the US Chamber of Commerce. Briefly, earlier this week McNally announced he was resigning from the association because of its backing of the American High-Performance Building Coalition, a lobbying organization that opposes USGBC’s LEED version 4 and is pushing for alternative green standards for federal buildings. For more background, please read our earlier coverage.

GlobeSt.com: The issue is with American High-Performance Building Coalition, correct? Why resign from the US Chamber of Commerce?

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