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Supreme Court Decision on Do Not Call Registry Cheered by AARP

AARP is delighted to hear that the Supreme Court let stand a lower-court ruling affirming the constitutionality of the National Do Not Call Registry.

“AARP has actively worked on behalf of our members at the state and national level in support of the do not call registries and their rights to stop unwanted telephone solicitations,” said AARP senior attorney Deborah Zuckerman. “This keeps the control of the telephone where it belongs—with the consumer.”

AARP had filed an amicus brief in the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals seeking to uphold the registry’s constitutionality.

For more information AARP and consumer protection, see also AARP Policy and Research and www.aarp.org/money/consumerprotection.

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