Larry Downes

Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy

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Project director at the Georgetown Center for Business and Public Policy

Larry Downes on KCRW

Yesterday in downtown Los Angeles, two members of California's Public Utilities Commission heard arguments about the massive merger proposed by Comcast and Time Warner.

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Yesterday in downtown Los Angeles, two members of California's Public Utilities Commission heard arguments about the massive merger proposed by Comcast and Time Warner.

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