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N.D. LEGISLATURE ROUNDUP: House to drivers: U R OK 2 TXT

Published 01/30/2009, Associated Press, State Capitol Bureau

A proposed ban on sending or reading text messages while driving came up a loser in the North Dakota House, despite arguments that the practice is as dangerous as drunken driving. North Dakota law already has penalties for careless or reckless driving that can be applied to someone who is typing out a text message while driving, said Rep. Robin Weisz, R-Hurdsfield.

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