Legislators Say No To Driving Talking Law

August 2001
Wireless Week;8/20/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 34, p12
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Reports that the National Conference of State Legislatures in the United States passed a resolution opposing federal legislation that would require states to restrict the use of mobile phones while driving. Information on the bills proposed by Representative Gary Ackerman and Senator Jon Corzine; Estimated number of states that are considering legislation regarding driving while talking on mobile phones.


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