FCC approves tougher restrictions on robocalls

The FCC voted to pass a proposal to block unwanted robocalls before they reach consumer. The FCC says these calls are costing Americans at least $3 billion every year. CBS News investigative correspondent Anna Werner joined CBSN to break down what this means for consumers.

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