Willie Willis has sued Florida's Broward County school system claiming the dozens of robocalls he has received from Miramar High School have been annoying and frustrating. The school keeps calling to tell him a student is missing classes. But Willis does not have a child attending that school. He says the calls continued even after he informed officials of that fact and asked that his name and number be taken out of the school's system.
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The justice weighs in during oral arguments in Lange v. California.
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