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As the Federal Communications Commission prepares for a crucial vote on robocalls Thursday, a coalition of business groups, including CUNA and NAFCU, is urging the commission to delay approval of the policy and instead, seek public comment on it.

“We are deeply concerned that the draft Declaratory Ruling released on May 16, 2019, if adopted as drafted, would result in the erroneous blocking of lawful calls—including urgent calls affecting consumer health, safety, and financial well-being,” the group, which also includes the American Bankers Association, the American Association of Healthcare Administrative Management and the National Retail Federation, wrote in a letter to FCC officials.

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