Nadler Prepares To Introduce ‘STELAR’ Successor In House


WASHINGTON, D.C. — It may a raw, overcast and chilly day in the Nation’s Capital, but Congressional efforts tied to the thorny issue of continued delivery of broadcast network programming to certain DirecTV subscribers are heating up on the Hill.

On Nov. 6, the “STAR” act made its unofficial debut in the Senate.

On Monday, a New York Congressman put the wheels in motion on a likely introduction of what’s being called the Satellite Television Community Protection and Promotion Act of 2019. 

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