The United States Senate passed a bill on Thursday that will give the FCC more authority to crack down on those annoying computerized robocalls you keep getting.

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The bill gives the FCC more power to levy fines on people who intentionally refuse telemarketing restrictions. The fines can be up to 10,000 dollars per call. Only Senator Rand Paul voted no on the bill, which passed 97 to 1.

The bill now heads to the House, which is working on its own version.

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