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Driving while distracted

Bill would limit cellphone chatter

By Elise Castelli
Globe Correspondent / July 8, 2004

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When it comes to cellphone use, many drivers are like Ashby resident Bob Higgins-Steele: They know it can be dangerous, but they do it anyway. They dial their children. They call the office. They gab with friends. All while navigating traffic. (Full Article: 725 Words)

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