Comcast, Cable Giants Sue Maine Over Law Forcing Them to Let Customers Pay for Specific Channels
September 12, 2019
The law in question mandates that “a cable system operator shall offer subscribers the option of purchasing access to cable channels, or programs on cable channels, individually.” According to the Daily News, the bill was sponsored by Independent state Representative Jeff Evangelos and “passed largely along party lines”; Democratic Governor Janet Mills did not sign the bill, but allowed it to be passed into law.
Read more at: https://gizmodo.com/comcast-cable-giants-sue-maine-over-law-forcing-them-t-1838056522
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