The handful of Democratic presidential electors seeking to invalidate state laws binding them to vote for the winner of their state's popular vote lost a federal court decision in Colorado that could derail their entire effort:
We are firm believers in free markets. The free exchange of goods and services -- without compulsion or coercion -- is part of what makes free markets, well, free. And we would not want to force anyone to do business with anyone else. In a free market, there are always alternatives for both sellers and buyers.