Arizona joins majority of nation in enacting texting while driving ban [telecom]

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PHOENIX - Arizona joined the majority of the nation in enacting a ban against texting and driving on Monday, four months after a Valley police officer was struck and killed by a man who admitted to texting behind the wheel.

Gov. Doug Ducey signed House Bill 2318 into law during a ceremony attended by advocates, law enforcement, lawmakers and the family of Salt River Officer Clayton Townsend.

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Bill Horne
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Infinitely far, since there is no way to tell from cell tower records whether the user is in the driver's seat or the passenger's seat.


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