Mich. law enforcement opposes bill allowing carriers to drop landlines

12/10/2013 | Monroe News (Mich.)

Michigan law enforcement officials are opposing legislation that would make it easier for phone companies to drop landline services. Rural residents and seniors might not have cellphones and could be at risk if landline services are removed, public safety officials say. An AT&T of Michigan spokesman said 83% of 9-1-1 calls on its network last year came from cellphones.

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