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Stox unfazed by cable law

Despite Congress’ vote to regulate the cable industry on Monday, the set-back had little effect on the company stocks.

Top cabler, Tele-Communications Inc., closed up 1/2 to 17 7/8, while Time Warner, the second-largest MSO, nudged up an eighth to 23 1/2. Turner Broadcasting, the cable programming giant, closed unchanged at 19 1/2.

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