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WMC Joins U.S. Chamber in Opposing Legislation that Would Rewrite America’s Antitrust Laws

WMC joined the U.S. Chamber and local chambers from across the nation in opposing recent legislation that would fundamentally rewrite America’s antitrust laws to protect competitors rather than consumers. Bills like the American Innovation and Choice Online Act and the Open Markets Act would lead to higher prices and fewer choices for consumer. This legislation would also discourage vigorous competition, and create different rules for American companies based on arbitrary criteria like market capitalization, while imposing no restraints on foreign companies.

Read the full letter to Congress here.




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