“I believe if the government says, look, we have got to reduce our carbon footprint, you will kick into gear a whole number of people that know how to do that or have ideas about that, and that will be a job engine………….if anything adds a cost to a business, you could assume that that will diminish that business’s ability to hire. But I don’t think that’s actually right. I think what businesses want is customers and what — if they are selling product, if they have a product to sell they will do well even if they have some new regulations to meet,”
“Altogether, we spent four weeks and over $9,000 in retooling and resources to get this done, and it didn’t cause us to sell any more of them or enable us to raise our prices, plus it didn’t leave kids any safer. Regulations have gotten ridiculous. We could not have started this company today,”
Daley said this in response to new regulations requiring his company to stamp its phone number and address on its infant bath tubs.