Here‘s the latest on challenges to political calls made by autodialing systems (robocalls).
California is the latest battleground in voters’ ongoing struggle not to be annoyed.
The state’s public utilities commission is coming under fire from opponents of political robo calling who say the commission is not enforcing existing regulations on automated political phone messages. It’s the same story in a number of states that currently have laws on the books that restrict political robo calls: The laws are rarely enforced and actual penalties for violators are nearly non-existent.
Shaun Dakin, who heads the national political do-not-contact registry is working to stir California’s enforcers into action.