Thursday, January 18, 2007
Posted by Shubha Ghosh
The following was sent to me by Andrew Oh-Willeke:
Colorado’s General Assembly is considering a law to repeal a significant chunk of its state anti-trust law.
The background to this legislation was a 2006 court case that found that Colorado’s anti-trust laws prohibited grocery stores from selling gasoline below cost as an incentive to customers who made sufficient purchases in sufficient time periods.