‘Cancel the ban’: The future of ‘Crosstown’ phones

CVS, Apple, Verizon and other retailers have long faced pressure from lawmakers and consumer groups to stop selling phones with noncompliant features.

Now, some have begun to pull back.

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“The time for a complete ban on these devices is over,” said Sen. John Thune John Randolph ThuneHow the Trump tax law passed: The final stretch Senate Dems seek to block Trump’s nomination MORE (R-S.D.), chairman of the Senate Finance Committee.

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And we need to ensure that they’re not being forced to buy devices that aren’t right for them.”

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CVS, Apple, Verizon and other retailers have long faced pressure from lawmakers and consumer groups to stop selling phones with…