The Hill reports:
The entire federal government is exempt from consumer protection laws that limit unwanted robocalls, the Federal Communications Commission decided in a ruling issued Tuesday night.
While the Telephone Consumer Protection Act bars businesses from making numerous autodialed or prerecorded calls to a person’s cellphone—and similar telemarketing calls to a person’s home phone—the FCC ruled that the 1991 law doesn’t apply to the federal government.
The full story is here. The FCC ruling is here.