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How the AT&T-Time Warner merger will affect consumers and regulators

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How the AT&T-Time Warner merger will affect consumers and regulators
In a detailed ruling, a judge dismissed the Justice Department's case blocking the merger of AT&T and Time Warner from moving forward. Ted Johnson, a senior editor for Variety, followed the case and joins CBSN to discuss the details of the ruling.

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