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The Cable Television Act, passed by Congress in October, 1992, gives local governments who apply and become certified the right to regulate basic cable rates and customer service standards.
The Cable Act of 1992 ostensibly would reduce consumers' bills; however, crafty cable industry scheming has served to actually increase some customers' bills. O'Connor looks below the act's surface to ascertain just exactly how it will affect consumers.