In Florida, Erlinda Kells says she has gotten about 100 robocalls from the Orange County school system over the last four months, alerting her to everything from fees for the parent-teacher organization to school lockdowns to fundraisers. But she doesn't have children in the school system. In fact, she doesn't even live in Orange County. She lives in Brevard County. She has tried to get the school system to stop calling her. That hasn't worked, so she's suing it under the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act.
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