"We applaud the bipartisan leadership of Chairmen Upton and Walden and Ranking Members Waxman and Eshoo for moving this bill out of the full committee and to the House floor, which extends expiring good faith obligations and makes modest video reforms that will yield significant consumer benefits. We are especially pleased that the legislation eliminates the FCC's Integration Ban, an unnecessary mandate that forces cable customers with leased set-top boxes to bear added costs and higher energy use while offering no consumer benefit. Further, the legislation rightly addresses concerns of anticompetitive harm in retransmission consent negotiations, by barring such collusion or coordination among local broadcast stations that are not commonly owned. We urge the full House and relevant Senate committees to quickly act on this must-pass legislation."