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Introduced in Senate (12/20/2001)

Telemarketing Intrusive Practices Act of 2001 - Directs the Federal Trade Commission to: (1) establish, maintain, and periodically update for each State a list of consumers who request not to receive telephone sales calls; and (2) notify consumers of the establishment of the lists.

Makes the consumer responsible for requesting the Commission to be included on such list.

Mandates: (1) deletion of consumer information from such list upon consumer request; and (2) maintenance of a no call list by a telephone solicitor.

Prohibits telephone solicitations to a consumer: (1) who has previously requested inclusion in the solicitor's no-call list; (2) who is included in the then current quarterly lists made available by the Commission; and (3) between specified evening hours.

Provides for a civil cause of action by the Commission, and a private right of action by a person or entity, for violations of this Act.