House of Reps Nixes DTV Delay Bill
In a vote held today, the U.S. House of Representatives failed to pass the proposed bill that would delay the transition to digital TV signals by four months. The bill needed two thirds of the House to pass. It is not immediately clear what the bill's future is, though the Senate passed the bill earlier this week, and it has the support of President Obama.
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Voice of Reason
LETS FORCE THEM TO CHANGE. WHO DOESN'T WANT GOOD TV SIGNAL
i have been hearing this **** for going on 5 years now
i remember back in 2004 there was supposed to be the switch over then it just died out again till now
Some people are like dogs.
If they postpone it again, people will still no...
stupidity at its finest
they read these forums?? haha
90% of people with computer against this stupid delay!
Screw them and they can eat it