California Advances Curbs On Driver Phone Use

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http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/state/20030529-1844-cnscellphones.html The California Assembly has approved a bill that would make California the second state after New York to require motorists to keep their hands off the phone and on the wheel, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports. The paper says prospects for passage in the Senate appear promising. Gov. Gray Davis' administration has no position on the measure, but a key gubernatorial appointee, California Highway Patrol Commissioner Dwight Helmick, favors it. The measure would not take . . .

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