MD Senate says no handheld phones while driving
The Maryland Senate has narrowly voted to require drivers in the state to use hands-free devices to talk on cell phones, the Maryland Politics blog reports.
The Senate voted 24 to 23 for a bill making it an offense for a driver to use one's hands to do anything but turn a phone on or off or to initiate or terminate a call while in motion.
The legislation has yet to clear the House of Delegates.
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| March 24, 2010; 12:40 PM ET
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