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Supreme Court may allow TV producer's racial bias suit against Comcast to move ahead

WASHINGTON - Supreme Court justices heard a major racial bias case Wednesday and struggled over whether to make it harder or easier for a black entrepreneur to sue and win a discrimination suit under the nation's oldest civil rights law.

They were hearing appeals from two cable TV giants which sought to block billion-dollar suits filed by Byron Allen and his Entertainment Studios, alleging Comcast and Charter Communications had

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