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Cicilline outlines priorities for antitrust subcommittee if Dems win the House

Democrats have made stronger antitrust enforcement a key component of their campaign platform to try to win back control of the House in the mid-term elections. If they succeed, Representative David Cicilline, the top Democrat on the Judiciary Subcommittee on Regulatory Reform, Commercial and Antitrust Law, will be a leader in the debate over the direction of competition policy.

FTCWatch recently sat down with the lawmaker from Rhode Island, who previously served as mayor of Providence, the state’s capital and largest city, to discuss what his...

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