Pa. Sen. Proposes Antitrust Law As State Lags Behind Others

Law360, Philadelphia (March 15, 2013, 5:15 PM EDT) -- A Pennsylvania state senator's proposed comprehensive antitrust legislation, announced Thursday, would make it easier for the state’s attorney general to crack down on anti-competitive behavior and would bring Pennsylvania up to speed with every other state in the U.S.

Sen. Stewart Greenleaf, R-Montgomery/Bucks, worked together with Attorney General Kathleen Kane to draft the legislation, which he expects to put in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee within the next several weeks.

“Attorney General Kane was thrilled to assist Sen. Greenleaf on this important project,” said spokesman...
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