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Lina Khan Can Enforce Antitrust Law. Only Congress Can Write It

NetChoice, a trade organization for Big Tech, is arguing that Khan, 32, will politicize antitrust enforcement. “Our federal agencies, and the commissioners that serve them, should be neutral and impartial arbiters of economic analysis, rather than political bodies trying to change American law. Legislating and lawmaking is and must remain the duty of our congressional representatives, nowhere near the halls of our nation’s agencies. Sadly, the nomination of an activist to the Federal Trade Commission threatens its long-standing impartiality,” Carl Szabo, the group’s vice president and general counsel, wrote June 15.