SEATTLE-- The plea from Starbucks' CEOto fellow business leaders for a fast on political donations is growing.

More than 100 CEOs side with Howard Schultz, reports CNNMoney, pledging to refrain from giving any more money to political campaigns until Congress can get its act together.

Earlier this month, troubled over the nation's growing deficit, Schultz wrote a letter to America's most powerful CEOs asking that no more money be donated until a bipartisan fiscal footing is achieved in Washington, D.C.

Among the companies are AOL, J.C. Penny, J. Crew, Whole Foods, andIntuit to name a few.

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