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.
A couple of questions:
1) I take it this doesn't affect *talking*
on cell phone while driving. Just texting. This is sensible.
2) How do they plan to enforce it? How far away are we from being able to tell electronically - from cell phone company records and what not - that people are texting while driving. Like they do on the TV crime shows...