Ohlhausen: Enforcement can boost free speech and competition
Ron Knox • Friday, 22 June 2012 (11 months ago)
The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) does take constitutional First Amendment issues into account when looking at potential antitrust violations, but often finds that competiton enforcement has the power to prop up, rather than stifle, free speech rights, according to an FTC commissioner. Ron Knox at the American Antitrust Institute annual conference
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