Attorney General Tong to hold forum to crackdown on robocalls

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(WTNH) — Despite a government effort to stop robocalls, people are getting more than ever.

If you’re annoyed by those nuisance calls, Attorney General William Tong wants to help.

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He’ll be joined by other state officials and the Better Business Bureau in a forum Wednesday evening to teach people how best to avoid them.

The forum will take place at the Nathanael B. Greene Community Center in Guilford at 7:00 p.m.

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