September 13, 2007
Dear Chairman Cox:
It appears that the SEC wishes to eliminate the right of shareholders to present resolutions under Rule 14a-8. I am a small but interested investor, and I believe that shareholders should contribute, via resolutions, to the direction of the companies in which we invest. I am disappointed to hear that you may grant companies the ability to ignore the shareholder resolution process.
I urge you to keep in place the current rules that grant investors the right to participate in corporate decisions.
Jean Little Jean Little