Sarah Miller

Executive director, American Economic Liberties Project

Executive director of the American Economic Liberties Project

Sarah Miller on KCRW

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Baby formula crisis reveals dangers of too little competition in US economy

Why does America’s baby formula shortage continue? Also, Norm Eisen’s new book traces corruption from the Trump White House to the rest of the country.

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