ILSR co-hosted a virtual press event alongside consumer advocates, antimonopoly reformers, and small businesses urging Congress to pass the Credit Card Competition Act. … Read More
In July of 2022, Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards and several state lawmakers visited Lake Providence in East Carroll Parish, Louisiana to announce the community had secured a $4 million grant to build a fiber-to-the-home network in one of the most poorly connected parts of the state.… Read More
Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison and FTC Commissioner Alvaro Bedoya gave keynotes at the forum, which featured panel discussions by workers, small business owners, and others on the frontlines fighting for antimonopoly reform in Minnesota and nationally.… Read More
The Canadian Anti-Monopoly Project (CAMP) aims to reform Canadian competition law. For their launch event, Stacy Mitchell, a leader in the U.S. antimonopoly movement, spoke on the importance of antimonopoly to a fair and free economy and democracy.… Read More
In May, Germany’s national public television network, ARD, broadcast a new documentary, “Is Amazon a Monopoly?” which featured an interview with Stacy Mitchell. The documentary drew a prime-time audience of more than 3 million viewers.… Read More
In January, ILSR hosted a conversation with key leaders and advocates including Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal and White House Advisor Tim Wu to discuss the importance of small business to achieving a vibrant, equitable economy where all people and communities can thrive. … Read More
Watch video of this inspiring event showcasing grassroots initiatives that are taking on electric utility monopolies and winning the fight for democratic and community control. Features Our Power, a citizen-led ballot campaign in Maine that aims to convert the utility serving most of the state to a consumer-owned company.
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