Daniel Fitzgerald shares a one-bedroom Lexington apartment with his disabled son. Charter Communications abruptly blacked out most of the family’s cable channels in late March and then demanded a $36 monthly rate increase, plus a $24 service fee, before it would restore them.
Daniel Fitzgerald shares a one-bedroom Lexington apartment with his disabled son. Charter Communications abruptly blacked out most of the family’s cable channels in late March and then demanded a $36 monthly rate increase, plus a $24 service fee, before it would restore them. jcheves@herald-leader.com John Cheves
Daniel Fitzgerald shares a one-bedroom Lexington apartment with his disabled son. Charter Communications abruptly blacked out most of the family’s cable channels in late March and then demanded a $36 monthly rate increase, plus a $24 service fee, before it would restore them. jcheves@herald-leader.com John Cheves

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