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August 11, 1993|From Times Staff and Wire Reports

FCC Refuses to Suspend Rules on Cable Service, Rates: The Federal Communications Commission denied a bid by the cable TV industry to suspend new cable service and rate regulations scheduled to go into effect next month, but it granted a temporary delay to cable companies that serve 1,000 or fewer subscribers. FCC Commissioner Ervin Duggan said the delay will affect only 3.6% of the nation's cable subscribers.

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