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SCOTUS Upholds TCPA; Questions on What's a Robocall

July 7, 2020, Communications Daily

Kevin King is quoted in Communications Daily regarding the Supreme Court case Barr v. American Association of Political Consultants, which determined the constitutionality of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. Mr. King says, “The Court's severability ruling means that the case likely will have limited practical significance for regulated parties. Although the Justices disagreed on several issues, a majority of the Court agreed that the TCPA's general robocalling restriction is constitutional.”

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