Comcast-Time Warner Merger Is Good for Competition—and Consumers

A Comcast distribution center in Miramar, Fla. Photograph by Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Members of Congress are lining up to criticize the proposed Comcast-Time Warner merger announced last week, threatening a careful antitrust review. This is a great example of how U.S. antitrust policy has turned into a political game instead of a serious attempt to encourage competition and consumer choice.

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