Legislation recently approved by a Senate panel would make it illegal to use a cell phone while operating a vehicle. The bill will allow uses of hands-free devices such as Bluetooth headsets.
The bill is expected to undergo some modifications whenever it goes in front of a full Senate.
Many worry about the enforcement of the bill. Some state that they would have to press a few buttons in order to active a hands-free technology of the phone. Would dialing a number before talking hands-free be considered illegal and punishable by a fine? Questions like this are expected to be addressed whenever the legislator gets to debate this bill.
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