Well that didn’t take long. Just last Wednesday we reported that the text of the so-called Pallone-Thune TRACED Act–the “compromise” robocall bill merging elements of the House’s original Stopping Bad Robocalls Act and the Senate’s Original TRACED Act–had been released.

A week later the bill has already passed the house, and by a whopping 417-3 margin. Gees, we barely had a chance to analyze the bill before the thing passed.

The bill is now off to the Senate where it is expected to pass on unanimous consent.

Then the bill heads off to President Trump for consideration.



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