The War on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau: CFPB v. Community Financial Services of America
August 31, 2023 — This policy brief from the American Economic Liberties Project and Democracy Forward sets the record straight on the stakes of the upcoming Supreme Court case, CFSA v CFPB.
August 21, 2023 — This American Economic Liberties Project policy brief explains how state lawmakers can protect their communities from the scourge of junk fees across the economy.
August 21, 2023 — This American Economic Liberties Project brief and model legislation explain the problem with junk fees and offer a simple comprehensive legislative fix to address it
August 7 2023 — The 2023 Farm Bill presents a unique opportunity for the United States to reintroduce competition into the agricultural sector. To shift American farm policy, this brief explains the important priorities for antimonopoly advocates to push for in this year’s Farm Bill.
August 7, 2023 — The American Economic Liberties Project today filed an amicus brief supporting class certification in Mary Carr v. Google LLC, an antitrust lawsuit alleging that Google used a series of anticompetitive tactics to make Google Play Store a monopoly, leading to supra-competitive prices for consumers buying apps and in-app content for their Android devices.
August 2, 2023 — The American Economic Liberties Project filed an amicus brief asking the Fifth Circuit to uphold the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) order requiring Illumina to divest its majority ownership of cancer diagnostic test maker GRAIL.