After three years of hearings and soliciting and sorting through comments of antitrust experts and the public, a blue ribbon government panel Monday presented the White House and Congress with more than 80 recommendations covering a huge range of issues in competition law, including merger enforcement.

The Antitrust Modernization Commission was established under a Republican Congress and charged with recommending updates to federal law to ensure that antitrust oversight remains sufficient to protect competition but not so burdensome that it unduly interferes with a free market.

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