It’s a marathon: The Tipline for 3 June 2020
The state of Kentucky is known for horse racing sprints like the annual derby at Churchill Downs. That probably should have been a bad omen when its attorney general tried to take on Marathon Petroleum. The state’s price-fixing claims didn’t make it very far out of the gate, falling on summary judgment. Like horse racing, antitrust enforcement can be a rather cruel sport.
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