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LPTV Bill Meets Strong Headwinds In House

July 25, 2014

The prospects for GOP-backed legislation to help low-power TV and translator stations survive the FCC’s incentive auction next year appeared uncertain Thursday after one leading House Democrat—and a prominent public interest group spokesman—charged that the draft bill could throw a monkey wrench into the auction itself.



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