On May 27, the FCC released a fact sheet outlining Chairman Wheeler’s proposal to protect American consumers from unsolicited robocalls, spam text messages, and telemarketing calls. If adopted, the proposal would allow consumers to put an end to unwanted robocalls and texts by: (i) giving consumers the right to revoke their consent to receive robocalls and robotexts at any reasonable time and in any reasonable way; (ii) authorizing carriers to offer robocall-blocking technologies to consumers; and (iii) requiring robocallers to stop calling a number when it has been reassigned to a new subscriber. Responding to multiple petitions that “sought clarity on how the Commission enforces the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA),” the proposal aims to “close loopholes and strengthen consumer protections already on the books.” The Chairman’s proposals are scheduled to be voted on at the Open Commission Meeting on June 18