Top Republican senator in talks with Democrats on anti-Big Tech antitrust bill

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Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa, one of the top Republicans focused on holding Big Tech companies accountable, is working with Democrats on an antitrust bill that would significantly boost supporters of bipartisan antitrust legislation in Congress.
Grassley, the ranking member on the Senate Judiciary Committee, is in talks to co-sponsor antitrust legislation with Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, the chairwoman of the committee in charge of regulating tech giants such as Facebook and Google.
The legislation would complement similar bipartisan anti-Big Tech legislation , which is expected to be brought to the House floor in the coming months.
The House legislation, which passed the House Judiciary Committee in June, included six sweeping antitrust bills aimed at reining in tech companies such as Apple, Amazon, Google, and Facebook. It marked Washington’s most significant and serious attempt to reshape the technology industry.

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