Indiana's Attorney General Steve Carter has sent a letter to the Republicans and Democrats telling them that they have no right to Freedom of Speech under the Indiana and United States constitutions.
He didn't send me a letter (at least not as of yesterday's mail). Probably because I and other Libertarians know better and will stand up to statists such as Carter.
Read more about this on Mitch Harper's blog Fort Wayne Observed in a post titled "AG tells campaigns: no automated phone calls" and in the Indianapolis Star article "Political parties warned automated calls illegal".
Carter threatens misdemeanors convictions to violators. I wonder if it should be at least a misdemeanor for a public official to attempt to stymie the free speech rights of individuals and the political parties they are supposedly allowed to form pursuant to their free association rights? (Oh - I forget - the Constitution means nothing to our current government officials - as exemplified by Indiana's Attorney General.)