Column: Democrats could take tougher stand on consolidation

Some attorneys and investment bankers are urging their clients to carry out acquisitions before the November elections, writes George Anders in the Wall Street Journal. Mergers among large airlines would help carriers lower costs, build market share and streamline routes, but the deals might face tough scrutiny if a Democratic administration takes office.

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