Moss Briefs Congress on Antitrust and Labor
Today, AAI President Diana Moss joined House Judiciary Committee Democrats and the Congressional Progressive Caucus for a briefing on the effects of concentrated economic power on the economy and working Americans.
The briefing, “Competition and Corporate Power: The Impact of Economic Concentration on Jobs, Inequality, and the Financial Security of Working Families,” reviewed mounting economic evidence that an overall decline in antitrust enforcement has harmed consumers, workers, and small businesses.
Other panelists included Marshall Steinbaum of the Roosevelt Institute, Marcellus Andrews of Bucknell University, and Lina Kahn of the Open Markets Institute.
Read Moss’s remarks from the October 5th briefing and her recent commentary, Antitrust and Inequality: What Antitrust Can and Should Do to Protect Workers.