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New York SB 933A: Protecting Workers and Small Businesses from Dominant Corporations

Anti-Monopoly Policies & Enforcement

January 12, 2021 — We break down New York's 933A, legislation that, if passed, will provide New Yorkers with important new protections from the abuses of dominant corporations.

To Save Jobs and Slow Inequality, Stop the Merger Frenzy

Anti-Monopoly Policies & Enforcement

January 11, 2021 — "Stop the Merger Frenzy" breaks down the economic consequences of some of the biggest mergers in 2021 and outlines solutions for policymakers to address this corporate consolidation.

A New Era: A Stronger FTC to Defend Working Families and Honest Businesses

Anti-Monopoly Policies & Enforcement

December 22, 2021 — "A New Era" details how the Federal Trade Commission, led by Chair Lina Khan, is engaging in more effective, modern, and democratic enforcement to better protect consumers, workers, and independent businesses.

Factsheet: Strengthening Democracy at the FTC

Anti-Monopoly Policies & Enforcement

December 22, 2021 — In a letter to Federal Trade Commission staff, Chair Lina Khan laid out a vision to “further democratize the agency” by “recognizing the agency as a public body whose work shapes the distribution of power and opportunity across our economy.” Our latest factsheet documents Chair Khan's efforts to usher in this new era of democratization and consensus-building.

The American Prospect: Built to Lie


December 3, 2021 — In The American Prospect, Senior Fellow Moe Tkacik reviews Peter Robison’s new book about the Boeing 737 MAX disaster and exposes the company’s allergy to the truth.

Tools for Taking on Big Tech’s Economic Power: A Guide for State Lawmakers

State and Local PolicyTech

November 9, 2021 — “Tools for Taking on Big Tech’s Economic Power: A Guide for State Lawmakers" examines the problems harms posed by Big Tech, outlines potential policy solutions for state lawmakers, and explains how they can respond to critiques – both legitimate and not – from those invested in the status quo.