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Six U.S. senators oppose Comcast-Time Warner Cable merger
Six 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. Half a dozen U.S. senators -- including Democrats Al Franken of Minnesota, Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts and Ron Wyden of Oregon -- sent a letter Tuesday to Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. 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...

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