Our nation’s antitrust laws should put consumers first, protecting them from anti-competitive behavior and higher prices. We oppose proposals that would harm consumers or break the services they enjoy.
Americans want social media platforms that are free from hate speech and dangerous misinformation. We support Section 230 and platforms’ rights under the First Amendment to build safe online communities.
Every day, delivery and sharing services are connecting millions of Americans with products and services that they couldn’t otherwise access or afford. These services have made communities a better place to live.
We support new transportation modes that increase mobility and help consumers get where they’re going. Car-sharing apps, scooter services, and ride shares have all provided new, affordable transportation options for Americans, including many who live in transportation deserts.
Fintech apps and products have exploded in popularity among consumers in part because they offer better services and lower fees. These products provide increased access and inclusion across the financial industry.
Crypto has provided the underbanked with a method to send and receive funds, and it’s allowed for decentralized borrowing and lending to generate wealth. Policymakers must enact a framework for crypto regulation that values competition, consumer protections, innovation, and environmentally responsible practices.