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Senator Wants to 'Eliminate' Ftc Chief Ugly Public Feud Heats up Further

By Teinowitz, Ira

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Title: Senator Wants to 'Eliminate' Ftc Chief Ugly Public Feud Heats up Further  
Author: Teinowitz, Ira
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Language: English
Subject: Trade, Import and export controls, Federal Trade Commission (U.S.)
Collections: Economics Publications Collection, Federal Trade Commission
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WASHINGTON -- Ratcheting up the stakes in a pitched battle with the chairman of the Federal Trade Commission over media consolidation antitrust issues, Sen. Ernest Fritz Hollings suggested he'd like FTC Chairman Tim Muris to be put out of commission. 'Eliminate him' I am trying to eliminate him, the South Carolina Democrat told Advertising Age magazine last week, acknowledging that he is refusing to meet with Mr. Muris and may move to cut the FTC's budget if Mr. Muris remains and doesn't reverse course.

 

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