Democrats accuse chairman of waving the white flag on mergers
June 19, 2014
Despite pressure from committee Democrats, Walden has said he has no plans to hold hearings on the proposed $45 billion deal to combine Comcast and Time Warner Cable — two of the country’s biggest cable companies and Internet providers — and the proposed $49 billion deal to merge AT&T and DirecTV.
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