NRA Not Subject To Do-Not-Call List, Judge Rules

By J. Edward Moreno (December 21, 2021, 3:47 PM EST) -- A Maine federal judge has partially struck down a lawsuit against the National Rifle Association by a former member who said he received numerous unwanted calls from the organization, ruling that the group is exempt from a national do-not-call registry because it was not selling goods or services.

U.S. District Judge Lance E. Walker said in a Monday order that the NRA and InfoCision may have violated the Telephone Consumer Protection Act if they used automatic dialers, or ATDs, but did not otherwise violate federal law because they were not trying to solicit customers.

According to Travis McEwen, the NRA called...

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