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In the New York Times: The Real Reason Your Groceries Are Getting So Expensive

In the New York Times: The Real Reason Your Groceries Are Getting So Expensive

Luke Gannon

May 29, 2023

As big retailers exploit their financial control over suppliers, independent grocers face extinction, creating food deserts and driving up prices for everyone. In the New York Times, Stacy Mitchell calls to resurrect the Robinson-Patman Act and restore fair competition in the warped landscape of the American food system.  READ MORE


WATCH: Fixing the Food Gap

WATCH: Fixing the Food Gap

Katy Milani

May 23, 2023

This virtual event featured Federal Trade Commissioner Alvaro Bedoya alongside community leaders, independent grocers, and advocates—to examine the ways these dominant retailers exert their power, how community leaders are fighting back, and what federal leaders must do to cultivate fairness in our food system.  READ MORE


In ProMarket: Today’s Tax Code Fuels Corporate Power. It Wasn’t Always This Way

In ProMarket: Today’s Tax Code Fuels Corporate Power. It Wasn’t Always This Way

Susan Holmberg

April 12, 2023

Our tax system used to serve as a check on corporate power. Now it fuels market concentration and undermines the ability of small businesses to compete, Susan Holmberg and Niko Lusiani explain in ProMarket.  READ MORE


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In the Antitrust Chronicle: Ending Monopolization Via Mergers

In the Antitrust Chronicle: Ending Monopolization Via Mergers

Ron Knox

March 6, 2023

Ron Knox writes in Competition Policy International that in order to foster a more democratic economy we must strengthen merger guidelines and enforce anti-merger laws, promote anti-merger enforcement in Congress, and educate federal judges about the intent behind anti-merger laws.READ MORE


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Community is Central to Building a Post-Neoliberal Future

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Luke Gannon

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Stacy Mitchell spoke at "Rethinking Globalization, Intermediation, and Efficiency," on exploring new paradigms for a post-neoliberal world. Community, Stacy argued, is the foundational basis for this paradigm shift.READ MORE


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