The Senate is expected to wind up its markup of legislation that will streamline the video franchise process and move one step closer to a video marketplace where the consumer rules, not the cable company. There will be some heated debate on issues that could derail the bill like network neutrality. The committee should focus on sections where there is consensus – opening up the cable marketplace to competition – and take up the other contentious issues another time. Consumers deserve a victory and the Senate can make it happen. Move forward on video choice and leave the side issues behind.