Congress calls on FCC to silence cellphones in prisons
from The Associated Press via ABC News
More than 50 members of Congress are giving federal regulators a deadline for resolving how to prevent prisoners from using contraband cellphones behind bars. In a letter dated Oct. 4 and obtained Thursday by The Associated Press, 48 House members and four U.S. senators wrote to the Federal Communications Commission, calling the security threat posed by contraband cellphones "an issue of critical importance."
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