Another cup of Joe: The Tipline for 9 November 2020

People from enough arbitrarily-drawn districts have informed a group of largely-unknown electors that they would like to order another cup of Joe. After seven terms in the Senate and two terms as the nation’s number-two in-command, President-elect Joe Biden will have the opportunity to appoint leadership at the two US antitrust agencies and utilise the bully pulpit to adjust the nation’s competition policy as he sees fit. Right now, it is not all that clear if he wishes to continue on the trail set during the Obama years or try to pave a new path as envisioned by today’s antitrust crusaders. If it's the latter, we may all need more coffee.


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