On October 14, 2016, the FCC’s Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau issued an order in which it granted seven petitions for a retroactive waiver of the Commission’s 2012 rule that required entities to obtain prior express written consent from consumers for autodialed calls. The waiver recipients were F-19 Holdings, LLC; Kale Realty, LLC; Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, LLC; the National Association of Broadcasters and their members; the National Cable & Telecommunications Association and their members; Papa Murphy’s Holdings, Inc. and Papa Murphy’s International L.L.C.; and Rita’s Water Ice Franchise Company, LLC. The Bureau determined that there was good cause to grant the waivers because the petitioners “sufficiently demonstrated they incorrectly but reasonably interpreted the Commission’s [2012] order to mean that their old written consents would remain valid after the new rules went into effect.” However, the retroactive waivers granted in this order were only valid until October 7, 2015. One petition for reconsideration of the order has been submitted to the FCC, specifically as applied to the Papa Murphy’s petitioners. Neither the Bureau nor the Commission has responded yet to the request.