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OKLAHOMA –  The state Attorney General’s office is reminding Oklahomas about the rules for “robocalls.”

With the primary just around the corner, your phone may start ringing off the hook with pre-recorded messages.

Like it or not, these calls are legal.

Both state and federal “do not call” laws allow these political “robocalls.”

However, federal law requires all automated calls to clearly identify the person or entity responsible for the call.

A telephone number is also required.

For more information, or to report a possible violation of telemarketing laws, visit the Attorney General’s Office website.