The Justice Department and the attorneys general of several states are expected to bring antitrust suits against Google focusing intensely on the company’s ad business, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday. The Justice Department’s case could reportedly be brought as soon as this summer, while the state attorneys general are expected to file a case closer to the fall.

Still, “one unanswered question,” writes the Journal, “is whether the states will file their own complaint, or simply join in the federal case when it is filed. It’s even possible different groups of states will file separate complaints.” Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who is leading the states’ charge, has emphasized that the pandemic is not slowing their investigation and “if we determine that filing is merited

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