LANSING, Mich. (Michigan News Source) – Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said she’s cracking down on what she calls scam election robocalls during the New Hampshire primary election last month.

The calls allegedly used artificial intelligence to impersonate President Joe Biden and discourage voters from participating in the primary.

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Nessel spoke to CNN about why her office is stepping in.

Her office said she’s joined 50 bipartisan attorneys general on the Task Force to warn Life Corporation (Life Corp) and its owner and executives they must cease any unlawful call traffic immediately. Failure to do so could mean the company is in violation of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, the Truth in Caller ID Act, and other state consumer protection laws.