November 16, 2023 — This policy brief breaks down the harms Amazon inflicts on local communities, including businesses and workers, and lay out proactive policy solutions state lawmakers can adopt to deal with them. Where appropriate, model legislation has been suggested.
October 23, 2023 — "Challenging Big Medicine: A Guide for State Lawmakers" serves as a how-to-guide for state and local lawmakers to fight back against corporate consolidation in healthcare and its harms to patients, healthcare workers, independent medical practices, and taxpayers.
January 19, 2023 — "Critical Condition" lays out the effect of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center’s monopoly and monopsony power have on hospital workers and patients in the Pittsburgh area and provides policy recommendations for every level of government to rein in anti-competitive behavior.
September 13, 2022 (updated) — “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.
September 13, 2022 — "Tools for Taking On the Corporate Subsidy Machine: A Guide for State Lawmakers" serves as a how-to-guide for state and local lawmakers to reform and rework corporate subsidy programs so that they are more transparent, better serve their communities, and don’t entrench dominant corporations.
September 13, 2022 — “Reforming Antitrust Policy to Challenge Corporate Power: A Guide for State Lawmakers" lays out several ways for state governments and enforcers to decentralize economic power and redistribute that power to communities and create an inclusive, robust democracy.