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Assembly Passes Ban on Texting while Driving

From the Wisconsin State Journal:

The Assembly overwhelmingly passed a bill Tuesday to prohibit texting while driving, and the Senate is expected to take up and pass that version of the bill.

Gov. Jim Doyle has said he would sign a ban passed by the Legislature.... Penalties could be up to $400 for first offenses, and $200 to $800 for second or subsequent offenses.

See also the article in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Source: The Wheeler Report
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