Grocery stores shivered when news that Amazon, whose rise had led to the decline of brick-and-mortar stores, had purchased Whole Foods for $13.7 billion.

On Friday, U.S. Congressman from Rhode Island David Cicilline voiced that he too was concerned that Amazon would stifle competition in the space. In a letter to the House Judiciary Committee Chairman, Cicilline called for a hearing looking into the Amazon-Whole Foods deal.

“Amazon’s proposed acquisition of Whole Foods raises important questions concerning competition policy, such as how the transaction will affect the future of retail grocery stores,” Cicilline wrote. “Some have also raised concerns that the transaction will also increase Amazon’s online dominance, enabling it to prioritize its products and services over competitors.”

Still, most Wall Street analysts would likely say the congressman could be jumping the gun a bit. While investors in grocery stores such as Walmart and Kroger were certainly spooked by news…