June 7, 2022 — Insider Travel Report covered Bill McGee’s new role as Senior Fellow for Aviation & Travel at Economic Liberties.
NPR Nashville: Economists say Nashville won’t recoup money from building a new stadium with taxpayer dollars
June 7, 2022 — Economic Liberties’ Director of State & Local Policy Pat Garofalo explained to NPR Nashville why using millions of dollars in taxpayer money to build a new football stadium is a waste of community resources — and downright a bad deal.
June 7, 2022 — Rethink Trade Director Lori Wallach digs in the on the future of trade with The American Prospect and discusses Big Pharma's role in blocking the waiver of intellectual-property barriers for COVID-19 vaccines.
June 17, 2022 — In a piece for ProMarket, EconOne’s Hal Singer explores how consolidated corporate power is driving inflation and cites Economic Liberties’ model legislation as an important tool for policymakers to utilize to crack down on price-fixing.
June 6, 2022 — As Canada embarks on digitizing its economy, new antitrust laws are needed to avoid the old economic model that created monopolies, Economic Liberties’ Senior Fellow Denise Hearn talked with Reuters about Canada's heavily concentrated economy.