Gov. Ted Strickland said he is asking his top legal advisers to investigate whether DHL's proposal to hire the rival United Parcel Service to fly DHL's U.S. cargo would violate U.S. antitrust laws by reducing competition in the express package delivery market.

Strickland said on Monday, June 2, that he has asked his chief legal counsel, Kent Markus , to examine any possible antitrust issues and will soon be making a similar request of his newly appointed state attorney general, Nancy Rogers.

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