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ICYMI: Economic Liberties’ Sarah Miller and Matt Stoller Featured on Washington’s 2021 Most Influential People List

February 26, 2021 — Washingtonian Magazine’s list of the 250 most influential people in Washington features Economic Liberties’ Executive Director Sarah Miller and Research Director Matt Stoller, highlighting their role as leaders in the modern antitrust movement. 

Congress Moves Toward Breaking Up Big Tech Corporations

February25, 2021 — At today’s House Antitrust Subcommittee hearing, “Reviving Competition, Part 1: Proposals to Address Gatekeeper Power and Lower Barriers to Entry Online,” both Republican and Democratic members showed support for structural solutions to address the broad range of harms caused by Big Tech corporations. 

37 Groups Urge Biden to Publicly Support Amazon Unionization Efforts in Alabama

February 25, 2021 — As Amazon workers in Bessemer, Alabama organize to establish the first Amazon union, 37 organizations, including the American Economic Liberties Project and People’s Action, sent a letter to President Biden, urging to him to publicly voice support for the unionization effort. 

Morgan Harper to Testify Before House Judiciary Committee in Support of Regulated Competition Approach to Big Tech

February 25, 2021 — Morgan Harper, Senior Advisor at the American Economic Liberties Project, will appear in front of the House Judiciary Committee to discuss Economic Liberties’ policy priorities and the recommendations in the Antitrust Subcommittee’s recent report on restoring competition in digital markets.

Dominant Firms Shouldn’t Be Able to Take Democratic Nations Hostage

February 23, 2021 — Economic Liberties released the following statement in response to Facebook’s recent deal to restore news sharing in Australia.