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Daily Digest – June 14. Second Appeals Court Rules TCPA Exemption For Collectors is Unconstitutional; Group of Senate Dems Plan Bill to Criminalize Robocalls

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SECOND APPEALS COURT RULES TCPA EXEMPTION FOR COLLECTORS IS UNCONSTITUTIONAL

  • A second Appeals Court has ruled that an exemption granting collectors the use of automated telephone dialing system when collecting debts owed to or guaranteed by the federal government is unconstitutional, and reversed a lower court’s dismissal of a lawsuit.

GROUP OF SENATE DEMS PLAN BILL TO CRIMINALIZE ROBOCALLS

  • Yet another Senator is planning on introducing yet another bill aimed at eliminating robocalls, according to a published report. This time, it’s Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto [D-Nev.], who plans to introduce legislation that would criminalize robocalls.

WARREN, CLYBURN OUTLINE PLAN TO WIPE OUT $50K OF STUDENT LOAN DEBT PER BORROWER

  • Sen. Elizabeth Warren [D-Mass.] and Rep. James Clyburn [D-S.C.], are planning to introduce legislation in both the House of Representatives and Senate to eliminate $50,000 of student loan debt for all Americans, which would cancel the student loan debt for 75% of borrowers, according to a release from both lawmakers.

COMPLIANCE DIGEST – JUNE 14

  • Click here to read this week’s Compliance Digest, sponsored by Applied Innovation. You’ll get insights from five different compliance experts — June Coleman, Stefanie Jackman, Boyd Gentry, Mitch Williamson, Nicole Strickler, Rick Perr, Helen Mac Murray, Judd Peak, David Kaminski, and Carlos Ortiz — on 10 different important compliance topics. You’re not going to get that kind of varied perspective anywhere else.

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Robocall Revenge

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