After protracted behind-the-scenes negotiations throughout the halls of Congress, often involving angry debate, the American public wll get its digital TV reprieve. After the Obama administration pushed, the House vote today means the cut-off date for analog has been moved from February 17th to June 12th. Consumers with expired coupons can reapply, and those who never got their coupons have more time.
Finally, Congress OKs June 12 Digital Date
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