CCPA

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CCPACanadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (think tank)
CCPAColorado Consumer Protection Act
CCPACanadian Chemical Producers' Association
CCPACanadian Certified Physician Assistant
CCPACanadian College of Performing Arts (Victoria, Canada)
CCPACabinet Committee of Political Affairs (India)
CCPACatabolite Control Protein A
CCPAConnecticut Community Providers Association
CCPACommunauté de Communes du Pays de l'Arbresle (French: Community of Communes of Arbresle Countries; L'Arbresle, France)
CCPACanadian Concrete Pipe Association
CCPACommunauté de Communes de la Plaine de l'Ain (French: Community of Communes Plaine de l'Ain; Ain, France)
CCPACalifornia Center for Physical Activity
CCPAChicago Center for the Performing Arts (Chicago, IL)
CCPAChinese Calligraphy and Painting Association (UK)
CCPACanadian Chiropractic Protective Association
CCPACable Communications Policy Act of 1984
CCPACredit Card Processing Association (Algonquin, IL)
CCPACalifornia Canning Peach Association
CCPACemented Carbide Producers Association
CCPACredit Card Protection Agency
CCPAComitato Consultivo per la Pesca e l'Acquacoltura (Italian)
CCPAConsumer Credit Protection Act of 1968
CCPACommunauté de Communes du Pays des Achards (French municipality association; La Chapelle-Achard, France)
CCPACourt of Customs and Patents Appeals
CCPACentre de Culture Physique d'Aquitaine (French fitness center; Bordeaux, France)
CCPACanadian Cashmere Producers Association
CCPACamp Cherith in Pennsylvania (now Cedarbrook Camp in Pennsylvaia)
CCPACompact Conformal Patch Antenna
CCPACanadian Counseling and Psychotherapy Association (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
CCPAConcerned Citizens for Police Accountability
CCPACalgary Centre of Performing Arts (Calgary Alberta, Canada)
CCPACedarbrook Camp in Pennsylvania (Newark, DE; formerly Camp Cherith)
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(21.) Congress created franchise fees in the Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984 (1984 Cable Act), Pub.
(63.) Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984 [section] 613(b)(1) (codified as 47 U.S.C.
Key legal aspects of the cable television industry were clarified when Congress enacted the Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984, which deregulated the industry further and reversed many of the restrictions from 1972.
(43) Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984, Public Law 98-549, 98th Congress, Sec 601, Title VI, Part I, General Provisions, Purposes, 47 USC 521.
beginning with the Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984. (22) In the
(8.) NATIONAL CABLE TELEVISION ASSOCIATION, LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF THE CABLE COMMUNICATIONS POLICY ACT OF 1984 (1984).
Spitzer gives a fairly sound, but mostly esoteric, economic analysis of the deregulatory effect of the Cable Communications Policy Act of 1984 (1984 Cable Act).