ICYMI: Proposed Antitrust Legislation Threatens To Harm U.S. Tech Startups And The Innovation Economy

Washington, D.C. 07/29/2022 – A new piece in Forbes by former Senior Economist for the United States Treasury and Congress Ike Brannon outlines Read More

6 Reasons the Senate Isn’t Bringing S. 2992 to a Vote

Washington, D.C (07/28/2022) – Recently, there have been reports in the media that Senator Amy Klobuchar’s bill Read More

The Numbers Don’t Lie – S. 2992 Is Not Popular with Voters

The American Innovation and Choice Online Act, S. 2992, polls low with the voters it’s supposed to protect Washington Read More

ICYMI: “Why Breaking Up Big Tech Could Be Bad News For U.S. National Security”

Washington, D.C. (07/08/2022) – A new analysis in Forbes by Dr. Loren B. Thompson of the Lexington Institute explains why bills like the American Read More

ICYMI: “Proposed Tech-Industry Legislation Would Hurt National Security”

Washington, D.C. (06/28/2022) – A new opinion piece in Defense One by James R. Clapper, former director of national intelligence in the Obama Read More

ICYMI: “Action to break up ‘Big Tech’ will mean price hikes”

Washington, D.C. (06/27/2022) – A new opinion piece in The Hill by Krisztina Pusok and Steve Pociask of the American Consumer Institute Read More

ICYMI: “Antitrust Laws Will Make Inflation Worse”

Washington, D.C. (06/24/2022) – A detailed new report by Dr. Arthur B. Laffer and John Barrington Burke of the Committee to Unleash Prosperity Read More

ICYMI: “Why AICOA Will Threaten Consumers And Merchants’ Ability To Choose And Stifle Innovation”

Washington, D.C. (06/23/2022) – A recent column in Forbes by respected economist Professor Rajshree Agarwal details why the American Innovation Read More

ICYMI: “Why I Think Congress Should Not Enact the American Innovation and Choice Online Act”

Washington, D.C. (06/21/2022) – A new analysis in Competition Policy International by noted antitrust scholar Professor A. Read More