It's a movement! As we mentioned earlier this week, the attorney general in Missouri has introduced legislation that would protect citizens on the state's "No Call" list from automated political calls.
Well, you can add Virginia and Pennsylvania to the list, and likely Connecticut.
In Virginia, state Delegate Bob Brink (D-Arlington) has announced that he will introduce legislation outlawing robo calls in the state.
In Pennsylvania, where a barrage of robo calls targeted Dem Lois Murhpy in the state's 6th District, state Rep. Mike McGeehan, D-Phila., says that he will announce the introduction of a bill next week that would add political robo calls to those covered by the state's "Do Not Call" Act.
And in Connecticut, where the state GOP sent out robo calls prior to the election promising to end robo calls, a number of legislators have been reported to be interested in an anti-robo call bill.
Are there any other states moving this way? Let us know.
Late Update: You can add Florida (the bill would add political calls to the state's Do Not Call list) and Wisconsin (the bill would ban all automated calls) to the list.