Congress has legitimate, huge issues on its plate this lame duck session, including government funding, a potential rail strike, and more.
Addressing the so-called big tech and antitrust issues of the day, such as the order by which Amazon lists its low-priced offerings and the type of competition the Professional Golfers’ Association should face, are unnecessary and dangerous distractions. At the top of the tech-bashing legislative wish list is the American Innovation and Choice Online Act, which passed the Senate Judiciary Committee, albeit with next to zero due diligence. Lexington Institute’s Paul Steidler discusses this in an Op-Ed in RealClearMarkets here.
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