Originally Posted by 6volt
The grounds would be that most of the eligible converters cannot be purchased anywhere at this time.....In particular, the first coupons will expire before most of the eligible converters are widely available.
Unfortunately, such a lawsuit would probably be tossed out of court quickly. NTIA didn't write the CECB legislation - the 90 day expiry period is contained within the legislation passed by Congress. Class action lawsuits can be undertaken against business entities, not against government agencies or against Congress.
It's extremely unlikely that any Federal or State courts will certify such a claim against a U.S. Government agency carrying out "the will of the people
" as enacted into law by Congress.
Personally, I wish Congress would feel the heat to address this problem, but it's unlikely. There is no known "lemon law" by which consumers can force Congress to re-write poorly-drafted legislation.