February 26, 2021 — In a new piece for Quartz, Economic Liberties’ Executive Director Sarah Miller explained why Jeff Bezos’s legacy “is also the legacy of antitrust enforcers failures."
February 19, 2021 — Economic Liberties’ Advocacy and Outreach Manager Zach Freed co-authored a piece in ProMarket that detailed how lax antitrust enforcement from the FTC allowed pharmacy benefit managers to disrupt market competition and overcharge insurers.
February 17, 2021 — In a feature piece for Public Seminar, Economic Liberties’ State and Local Policy Director Pat Garofalo exposed a new bill in Nevada, which would dangerously increase the power of corporations over communities.
February 10, 2021 — Economic Liberties’ Director of National Security Policy Lucas Kunce explained why abandoning fossil fuels is key to shoring up national security in a feature piece for The American Prospect.
Democratizing Markets: How the Biden Administration Can Advance an Antitrust and Competition Policy Agenda for Working People, Independent Businesses and Resilient Communities
February 8, 2021 — Democratizing Markets is a comprehensive antitrust and competition policy agenda to support working people, independent businesses and resilient communities.
February 4, 2021 — Hours after Jeff Bezos announced he would be stepping down as Amazon CEO, Economic Liberties’ Matt Stoller detailed regulators growing efforts to rein in the corporate monopoly in an exclusive piece for The Guardian.