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New bill abolishes Wisconsin's no-call list

The Wisconsin Assembly has passed a bill that would make the state's no-call list permanent.
(WFRV) - The Wisconsin Assembly has passed a bill that would make the state's no-call list permanent.

Currently, residents can register with the no-call list, and remain on the list for two years. After those two years, they would need to register again.

The new bill, which would keep telemarketers from calling people on the Federal no-call list, now heads to Governor Scott Walker's desk for approval.
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