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Economic Liberties Releases Comprehensive Account of Democratic Competition Policy & Recommendations for Addressing America’s Concentration Crisis 

January 12, 2020—Economic Liberties’ new, landmark report, “The Courage to Learn,” lays out a comprehensive antitrust and competition policy agenda for the new Congress and Biden Administration, while making a deeply researched case for breaking from the failed consumer welfare approach that undermined antitrust and competition policy when progressive enforcers were last in power.

Staples’ Third Bid to Buy Office Depot is Both Preposterous & Illegal

January 11, 2020 - The American Economic Liberties Project released the following statement in response to news that Staples, owned by private equity giant Sycamore Partners, has made a bid to acquire Office Depot for $2.1 billion.

Amazon’s Corporate Strategy is Monopolization & Abuse

December 22, 2020 — Economic Liberties released the following statement in response to reporting from The Wall Street Journal, which revealed Amazon, sometimes under the direction of CEO Jeff Bezos, enlisted hundred-person teams to copy and crush specific competitors in e-commerce.

New Jersey Should Say No to a Massive Corporate Giveaway

December 18, 2020 — Economic Liberties released the following statement ahead of New Jersey’s Assembly Appropriations Committee’s hearing on new corporate tax incentive legislation, the New Jersey Economic Recovery Act of 2020.

Third Antitrust Suit Against Google is a Victory for Small Businesses, Communities, & Consumers

December 17, 2020 — Economic Liberties released the following statement after a bipartisan group of 38 state and territorial attorneys general led by Colorado Attorney General Phil Weiser and Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson filed suit against Google, targeting its dominance of online search.