The Federal Government Seeks to Extend Commercial Driver Texting Ban

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A few weeks ago we posted about Illinois’ ban of texting while driving and noted that more and more jurisdictions are cracking down on this dangerous practice. And, as the New York Times reports, the Federal Government is now joining the band wagon and is proposing that a recently enacted ban on texting by commercial drivers be made permanent. As explained in the article, commercial transportation industry officials support the ban...

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