The U.S. Supreme Court should affirm a lower court ruling that strengthens the main federal law used to fight robocalls to cellphones… that is the opinion anyway, of Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt. Schmidt joined the attorneys general of 36 other states and the District of Columbia in filing a brief last week with the U.S. Supreme Court in an appeal filed by social media giant Facebook. The states are asking the justices to affirm a lower court ruling that supported a broad definition of “automatic telephone dialing system,” commonly called “autodialers,” based on the plain language in the 1991 Telephone Consumer Protection Act, which generally prohibits the use of autodialers or an artificial or pre-recorded voice to make a call to cell phone users. At issue is whether autodialers include only a device that can store and dial numbers it generates, or whether autodialers also includes devices that select a random number from numbers on a targeted list. The attorneys general argue that “Facebook’s attempt to limit TCPA’s application to autodialers that use number generators misreads the statute’s words and all other Congressonal intent.