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Seven Groups Urge Chairman Neal to End Surprise Medical Billing

Washington, D.C. — As thousands of Americans find themselves facing COVID-19-related hospital bills, Economic Liberties and progressive partners sent a letter to Congressman Richard Neal (D-MA) urging him to address the injustice of surprise medical billing.

Zephyr Teachout for The Guardian “The US Congress just got more power to investigate big tech. Let’s make it count.” 

Washington, D.C.—In an op-ed for The Guardian, Zephyr Teachout explains how the Supreme Court’s decision in Trump v. Mazars reaffirmed Congress’ ability to investigate big corporations just in time for one of the biggest Congressional corporate showdowns in a decade. 

3M Knowingly Sold Flawed PPE to U.S. Military, Finds New American Prospect-Economic Liberties Investigation

Washington D.C — The American Prospect and the American Economic Liberties Project today released “3M: Monopoly, Misrepresentation and Malpractice,” a new investigation from Economic Liberties' Policy Analyst Olivia Webb that exposes 3M’s plot to sell flawed earplugs to the U.S. military, which caused hundreds of thousands of troops to suffer hearing loss.  

Antitrust Enforcers Must Block Devastating Uber-Postmates Merger

Washington, D.C. — The American Economic Liberties Project released the following statement in response to reporting from Bloomberg, which revealed that Uber, the parent company of Uber Eats, is seeking to acquire Postmates for $2.65 billion.

Economic Liberties Outlines Reforms to Restore Competition, Fair Pricing and Transparency to Government Contracting

Washington, D.C.—  The American Economic Liberties Project today released “Caveat Emptor: Reversing the Anti-Competitive and Over-Pricing Policies That Plague Government Contracting,”  a new report detailing how the government contracting process has been transformed to the almost exclusive benefit of corporate interests. The report comes as Congress debates the National Defense Authorization Act, which sets out defense contracting policy.