Telemarketing Case Heads Toward High Court The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule next year on a case that accuses telemarketer of fraud for pocketing funds solicited on behalf of charities. NPR's Bob Edwards talks with Georgetown law professor Paul Rothstein.
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Telemarketing Case Heads Toward High Court

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Telemarketing Case Heads Toward High Court

Telemarketing Case Heads Toward High Court

Telemarketing Case Heads Toward High Court

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The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to rule next year on a case that accuses telemarketer of fraud for pocketing funds solicited on behalf of charities. NPR's Bob Edwards talks with Georgetown law professor Paul Rothstein.