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Dodger statement on California Congressional proposal for binding arbitration

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LOS ANGELES - Dodger President and CEO Stan Kasten today made the following statement on the letter written by members of the California Congressional delegation (attached), which urged for Time Warner Cable SportsNet LA and Southern California television providers to enter into binding arbitration: 

"First, we'd like to thank the members of the California delegation, especially Congressman Brad Sherman, for putting our fans and their constituents first and doing their best to move this situation forward," Kasten said. "We're very pleased that our partners at Time Warner Cable have readily agreed to submit SportsNet LA to binding arbitration, and we urge DirecTV to quickly agree so that we can get these games on the air for their customers."

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