New York May Ban Texting While Driving

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Two-thirds of 18-24 year olds send text messages while driving (along with 100% of venture capitalists).  Now, after a horrific crash has alerted folks to the fact that texting while driving is about a thousand times more distracting than talking while driving, the legislature will consider outlawing it.  Unfortunately, an idea whose time has come.   Sen. Carl Marcellino, via CNET

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