New bills show Congress is unprepared to improve antitrust

Last week, 10 members of the House Judiciary Committee introduced five new antitrust bills. One would simply change the filing fees companies must pay when notifying the Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission of an intended merger. The other four would make the US an unwelcoming place for innovators who want to build dynamic businesses.

Read Dr. Jamison’s complete blog post at AEI.