(NBC NEWS) — An easier way for people to reach the “National Suicide Prevention Lifeline” is in the works.
The current hotline is a ten-digit number.
The Federal Communications Commission, voting today to change it to -three- digits.
Today’s vote is the first step in a months-long process.
Next comes a comment period.
Then, an order from the FCC.
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