New Bill Would Make Ohio ‘Hands-Free’ Driving State

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 A new bill that is expected to gain bipartisan support would make it a primary offense for Ohioans to hold their cell phones while driving. 

“Most of the state’s that have added a primary offense for distracted driving have seen a 20% decrease in crash fatalities two years after passage of a hands-free law,” state Rep. Brian Lampton (R-District 73) said. 

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