Tag: Office of Policy Planning

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The Federal Trade Commission staff submitted written comments to the Colorado Public Utilities Commission expressing concern that proposed regulatory changes may hurt competition in the marketplace for passenger vehicle transportation services.  In particular, the staff stated that the changes...
The Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice today issued the final version of a joint policy statement detailing how the agencies will enforce U.S. antitrust laws with respect to new Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). An ACO is an organization of health care providers that jointly...
On Monday, May 9, 2011, the Federal Trade Commission will host a workshop to seek input on the Proposed Statement of Antitrust Enforcement Policy, which discusses how the federal antitrust agencies will enforce U.S. antitrust laws when competing health care providers create new Accountable Care...
The Federal Trade Commission and Department of Justice issued a joint statement about how the agencies will enforce U.S. antitrust laws in regard to new Accountable Care Organizations – groups of health care providers that will be collaborating under the Affordable Care Act of 2010 to improve...
The Federal Trade Commission today filed comments in response to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Notice of Inquiry regarding development of a National Broadband Plan that will seek to ensure that every American has access to broadband capability. In its comments, the FTC states that...
Commission approval of staff comments: The FTC has approved the filing of comments by the staffs of the Bureau of Competition, Bureau of Economics, and Office of Policy Planning with Connecticut Representative Christopher Stone regarding the regulation of wholesale and retail gasoline prices...
Improving consumer access to broadband Internet service is an important goal for federal, state, and local governments. The possibility of competitive risks arising from municipal participation in wireless Internet service, however, calls for a careful analysis by policymakers considering if, and...
Federal Trade Commission Chairman Deborah Platt Majoras today told a meeting of the Progress & Freedom Foundation that she has formed an Internet Access Task Force to examine issues being raised by converging technologies and regulatory developments, and to educate and inform the enforcement,...
In response to a request from Kansas State Senator Les Donovan, the staff of the Federal Trade Commission’s Office of Policy Planning, Bureau of Competition, and Bureau of Economics filed comments regarding Bill No. 2330, which would bar the “below-cost” sale of motor fuel. The bill would prohibit...
The Federal Trade Commission’s Office of Policy Planning, Bureau of Competition, and Bureau of Economics have sent a letter to Alabama House of Representatives Speaker Pro Tempore, Demetrius C. Newton, stating that the Alabama Motor Fuels Marketing Act (AMFMA) is likely to harm consumers by...
In comments provided on October 15 at the request of Wisconsin State Rep. Shirley Krug, the Federal Trade Commission's Office of Policy Planning, Bureau of Competition, and Bureau of Economics stated that Wisconsin's Unfair Sales Act likely leads to significantly higher gasoline prices for...
In comments provided last Friday at the request of New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer, the staff of the Federal Trade Commission’s Office of Policy Planning and Bureau of Competition stated that there is a “significant risk” that the Motor Fuel Marketing Practices Act (MFMPA, Bill Nos. A....
  Staff of the Federal Trade Commission's Office of Policy Planning, Bureau of Economics, and Bureau of Competition yesterday filed comments with North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper and State Senator Daniel G. Clodfelter, Chairman of the Judiciary I Committee, stating that the proposed...

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