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Washington Ignores Cell Phone Ban

Item: Washington drivers ignore cell-phone/AP

More Info: Then cellphone use started creeping back up, said Sgt. Freddy Williams of the State Patrol, who has carried on his own informal off-duty study of driving-and-talking. He can't think of another law that's been flouted quite like this one. "I've seen people walk out of their house and before they put their car in gear, they're talking on the cellphone," he said.

Question: How often do you talk on your cell phone while driving?




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