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Idaho bill would ban texting while driving

Idaho's got bipartisan legislation in the works to ban texting while driving, a move roughly two dozen states already have made. Sen. Les Bock, D-Boise, proposed similar legislation this year, but now he's got a high-profile co-sponsor on board: House Transportation Chairwoman JoAn Wood, R-Rigby. "I've ben thinking about it for quite some time," Wood told Eye on Boise. "Maybe it's because I'm not very good at it anyway - there's no way that I could do that and drive. I see kids coming out of the high school and doing it, and it really bothers me that they're on the road and doing it." / More here at Eye on Boise

Question: What have you seen people trying to do while driving?




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