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Writers for E's Fashion Police are going on strike two weeks after filing a complaint that could result in the Comcast-owned cable TV network having to pay more than $1 million dollars in back wages. The strike against both E! and Rugby Productions -- the production company of Fashion Police star Joan Rivers -- is sanctioned by the Writers Guild of America (WGA), whose East and West branches urged members and non-members alike not to work on the program. "Writers on E! Network’s comedy-variety show, Fashion Police, walked off their jobs today to gain Writers Guild coverage and to

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