In addition to existing federal disclosure requirements for survey, opinion and marketing researchers making use of artificial or prerecorded voice calls, Congress and state legislatures often consider legislation that would further restrict, or even outlaw, such calls.
Alabama now requires sponsorship disclosure from automated political calls and political "robopolls"
Alabama will now require automated political calls, including those for survey and opinion research purposes, to disclose their sponsors. On May 15, S.B.
In Alaska, Rep.
New Hampshire Rep. David Bates (R-04) introduced H.B.
Missouri Senator Scott T. Rupp (R-02) reintroduced S.B.
Calls to cell phones ok for commercial calls, but still restricted for surveys? Yes, if H.R. 3035 is approved by Congress
Rep. Lee Terry (R-NE-02) has introduced the "Mobile Informational Call Act" (H.R. 3035), legislation which would update the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA). While H.R.
Successful collaboration with AAPC yields victories in Alabama and Alaska for automated telephone research and political polling
MRA's cooperative lobbying efforts with the American Association of Political Consultants (AAPC) bore fruit this year in Alabama and Alaska.