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U.S. senators oppose Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger
U.S. senators oppose Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger

Political pressure continues to build for federal regulators to block Comcast Corp.'s proposed $45-billion takeover of Time Warner Cable. Six Democratic U.S. senators -- including Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.), Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) -- on Tuesday sent a letter to Atty. Gen. Eric Holder and Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler, urging them to deny the merger of the nation's two largest cable providers. "We believe that Comcast-TWC's unmatched power in the telecommunications industry would lead to higher prices, fewer choices, and poorer quality services for Americans," the six senators wrote. The high-level...

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