This is a reference to the board game "Monopoly".
In that game, when a player passes the square "Go" they automatically collect $200 from the bank (£200 in the UK version I used to play).
There is a card which says "Go directly to Jail. Do not pass Go. Do not collect £200".
This phrase ("Do not pass Go, do not collect 200 dollars") has entered the language.
Here there is a play on words because they are talking about an anti-monopoly stance. I'm not certain what they mean, but I think the idea is that New Freedom regard "collecting $200" as representing getting something for nothing, are opposed to this.