MarketWatch: Amazon hit with antitrust lawsuit from California, which claims seller rules are increasing consumer prices
September 14, 2022 — Following a new antitrust suit from California against Amazon, Economic Liberties' Senior Legal Counsel Katie Van Dyck spoke with MarketWatch about the lawsuit and how it differs from D.C.'s case against the ecommerce giant.
Boston Globe: Thinking about holiday travel? Now is the time to start booking, and emotionally preparing.
September 14, 2022 — Economic Liberties' Senior Fellow for Aviation & Travel Bill McGee spoke to the Boston Globe about the upcoming holiday travel season — and why he isn't convinced the airline crisis will be resolved by then.
Economic Liberties Releases Policy Toolkit Series for State & Local Leaders to Crack Down on Corporate Power
September 13, 2022 — With momentum growing at the state and local level to address the corporate power crushing local economies and democracies, the American Economic Liberties Project today released a set of three aggressive policy toolkits for state and local lawmakers seeking to tackle the harms of Big Tech firms, lax antitrust laws, and the corporate subsidy machine.
September 8, 2022 — As the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework negotiations began, Rethink Trade Director Lori Wallach shared her thoughts on the negotiations with Reuters.