Cindi Ross Scoppe

May 12, 2014 9:00 PM

Scoppe: Bad Senate deal on texting can produce good law

ON A BUSY day last month that muted the media coverage, the Senate for the first time ever passed a bill to restrict using a cell phone while driving. Now, in a twist not often seen around the State House, the House needs to fix the bill.

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