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Wednesday, August 15, 2007

AZ Bans Text Messaging While Driving

From The deaths of two Arizona women this week are shifting focus back on potential state legislation to ban the practice of text-messaging behind the wheel.

Peoria police investigators believe Ashley D. Miller, 18, of Glendale, drifted across the center line because she was text-messaging on her cellphone. Miller collided with Stacey A. Stubbs, 40, of Chino Valley, police said.

The deaths are the latest to highlight what has become a national debate as more states scramble to implement laws regulating the use of cellphones while driving. Rest of Article. . . [Mark Godsey]

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So, under a headline screaming, "AZ Bans Text Messaging While Driving", we find an entry talking about what a few people would merely =like= to see outlawed.

On a blog run by law professors.

No wonder the US legal system is in tatters, when the people responsible for producing those who populate that system are incapable of reading simple English. (Which likely explains why four Supreme Court justices couldn't do the same with the Second Amendment to the US Constitution recently, I suppose.)

Posted by: ykw | Jul 1, 2008 3:52:03 PM

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