An automated phone messaging company wants the nation’s highest court to review Indiana’s state law banning robocalls.
FreeEats.com has petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court for the review. The law was upheld last December by the Indiana Supreme Court.
The law bars anyone from auto-dialing Hoosiers unless the recipient first gives permission to a live operator or by e-mail.
FreeEats.com, which placed thousands of political calls on behalf of another group during a 2006 congressional campaign, contends the law infringes on free speech rights.