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Cable Dispute Blocks Big Game from Football Fans

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Cable Dispute Blocks Big Game from Football Fans

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Cable Dispute Blocks Big Game from Football Fans

Cable Dispute Blocks Big Game from Football Fans

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One of the biggest professional football games of the year — Dallas Cowboys vs. Green Bay Packers — will likely not be available for your viewing Thursday night because of a dispute between the league and cable TV companies.

Stefan Fatsis of The Wall Street Journal and Robert Siegel follow the money and weigh the arguments over who is the bad guy in this dispute.

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