The U.S. antitrust laws don’t need rewriting, top antitrust enforcement officials told a congressionally created panel Tuesday.

Specifically, they urged the committee to warn senators away from proposed legislation that would rework how the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission review energy mergers by making it easier to block petroleum deals and allow the federal government to sue the countries that comprise the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries.

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