Majority of people do not want unsolicited telephone calls

To the Editor,Unwanted callers continue to invade our home privacy. Now is the time for a strong person to step forward and end this!The vast majority of people do not want marketing calls, survey calls, political calls, and charity calls.Many phone subscribers never vote for a politician who calls, and always avoid giving to charities who call.I thought legislators represented the people. Instead, they tolerate daily attacks against our home, enabled by telephone services paid for with our money.Bill StroudTecumseh

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Tecumseh, MI 49286

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