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Racial Discrimination

Charter Communications must face claims that its “refusal to enter into a carriage contract with an African American-owned operator of television networks was racially motivated,” in violation of civil rights law, the Ninth Circuit affirmed Monday.

PASADENA, Calif. — Charter Communications must face claims that its “refusal to enter into a carriage contract with an African American-owned operator of television networks was racially motivated,” in violation of civil rights law, the Ninth Circuit affirmed Monday.

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