July 19, 2022 — The American Economic Liberties Project released a statement after the House Judiciary Committee formally published its final report on competition in the digital marketplace, releasing a series of documents to the public for the first time.
July 13, 2022 — The American Economic Liberties Project is calling on Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg to end the delay in carrying out a six-year-old Congressional mandate to protect children and families traveling on U.S. airlines.
ICYMI: Citing Tariffs & Supply Chain Woes, American Businesses Double the Pace of Reshoring Manufacturing
July 5, 2022 — Two years into a supply chain crisis catalyzed by the COVID pandemic and worsened by war in Ukraine, new reporting from Bloomberg indicates that American companies, spurred on by U.S. tariff policy, are accelerating efforts to reshore manufacturing to the United States.
USMCA’s Second Anniversary: Wins for Workers Using Enhanced Labor Rules Show a Different Way on Trade is Possible, Now Biden Administration Must Build from New Floor Set by Revised NAFTA to Deliver a Truly Worker-Centered Trade Policy
June 29, 2022 — Rethink Trade issued a statement ahead of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) anniversary.
ICYMI: FTC Takes Walmart to Court for Profiting from Fraud, Continues to Challenge Corporations Perpetrating Biggest Harms
June 29, 2022 — Yesterday, in a 3-2 vote, the Federal Trade Commission filed a major lawsuit against Walmart, one of the largest multinational retail corporations, for knowingly facilitating fraud of its customers. As the suit details, Walmart not only turned a blind eye to scammers using its money transfer service to steal more than $197,316,611 — with over $1.3 billion in money transfers also possibly connected to fraud — from working people, it also pocketed millions of dollars in fees through the process.