WASHINGTON — The Federal Communications Commission fined a San Diego-based telemarketer nearly $10 million for making more than 47,000 robocalls in two days shortly before California’s 2018 primary election. The calls, which referenced a woman’s accusations that a candidate for state assembly tried to grope and kiss her in a bar, manipulated caller ID info to appear as if they were coming from another telemarketing company.

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