Congress moves to end to cell phone robocalls

Bipartisanship in Congress is rare these days, but on Wednesday lawmakers of every stripe agreed: Something must be done to stop illegal and unwanted robocalls.
0:50 | 04/04/19

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In a rare show bipartisanship senate lawmakers are moving to crack down on robo calls the commerce committee voted 26 to nothing on the measure that was slap illegal global callers. With find a but did 101000 dollars per call. The bill would also allow stronger action against spoofing after robo callers make it appear that they're calling from the recipients area code. Those ads are always liked. On behalf of all Americans think you are finally doing something in the fact that. I have a although Smith calls it like one digit off from my hat and number in your candidate has been making me angry. I know am I being aggressive I was as it is Ambien alone aggressive right. Although it's not call you know you're tired of its thank you congress something you think you.

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