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Second- and third-stringers eye 2016 if front-runner stumbles
Topic - Rick Boucher
Republican challengers unseated three Democratic House members, including a 14-term incumbent and a protege of President Obama, in a conservative whiplash election.
The head of the House subcommittee that handles communications issues is calling on federal regulators to attach five conditions to protect consumers and competition before approving Comcast Corp.'s plan to buy a controlling interest in NBC Universal.
Mr. Bouchers support of the "cap-and-trade" climate bill regulating carbon emissions played a huge role in the campaign and his surprising loss, though it was Mr. Boucher who helped shape the bill and make changes that he said protected the region's coal industry.