Prohibits cell phones while driving

Bill ID:2010 House Bill 10
Introduced:Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Sponsors: ---
Status:Passed
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Prohibits the use of mobile communication while operating a vehicle including a publicly owned train and a motor vehicle involved in public transportation and of school transportation.

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At this point Cell phones and texting have killed more people than drunk drivers, it's about time we protect ourselves and broaden the spectrum to include P.O.V's as well, and make this a felony, punishable by loss of right to operate a motor vehicle on any public road.

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