House Democrats discuss tougher antitrust law, some Republicans agree

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By Diane Bartz WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. House of Representatives Judiciary Committee's antitrust panel discussed ways to tighten antitrust laws on Thursday, with two Republicans on the Democrat-dominated panel indicating potential support for some changes.

The antitrust subcommittee, chaired by Representative David Cicilline, is expected to release a much-anticipated report into the four big tech companies -- Amazon.com Inc, Facebook Inc, Apple and Alphabet's Google -- as soon as Monday. In the hearing, Cicilline.

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