MRA successfully helped kill multiple state bills this year that would have impeded or prohibited political polling and automated telephone research, including:
- H.B. 5865 in Connecticut from Rep. William Tong (D-147), which would have inhibited most political automated research calls;
- S.B. 527 in Maryland from Sen. Bryan W. Simonaire (R-31), which could have prohibited most automated political research calls to in Anne Arundel County;
- S.B. 199 in Missouri from Sen. Jason Crowell (R-27), which could have restricted most non-political automated research calls;
- S.B. 53 in Missouri from Sen. Jane Cunningham (R-07), which would have added most automated calls to the state telemarketing do not call registry;
- S.B. 9 in Missouri from Sen. Scott T. Rupp (R-02), which would have forbidden making non-political automated research calls to anyone on the state do not call registry;
- H.B. 905 in Virginia from Delegate Rob B Bell (R-58), which would have established a do not call registry for calls using an automated dialing-announcing device (ADAD), which would have likely included automated research calls; and
- H.B. 2452 in West Virginia from Delegate Thomas W. Campbell (D-28), which would have restricted most automated research calls.