While much of the political attention around antitrust reform has centered on the House of Representatives and U.S. Senate, legislators at the state level are also proposing punitive reforms that continue to articulate an outdated presumption that “big is bad.” New York, the state home to 54 Fortune 500 companies, is currently considering antitrust legislation to enshrine “big is bad” ideology into state law and deny consumers the benefits large companies provide. Given the substantial number of large companies headquartered in New York, antitrust reform in this state could reverberate nationally, potentially harming millions of consumers across the country.

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