An Ind. law banning robocalls will stand after a seven-year legal battle, after the U.S. Supreme Court decided this week not to review the case.
A political group, Patriotic Veterans, wanted to send robocalls to Hoosiers informing them about where candidates and lawmakers stand on veterans’ issues.
An appeals court ruling indicates a lower court was wrong to say federal law superseded Indiana's regulation of certain automated calls.
Greg Zoeller says the state needs to do more to crack down on human traffickers and people making illegal robocalls.
Phone numbers that have been registered by Monday will be added to the state's Do Not Call list beginning Jan. 1, 2013.