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Video: Oklahoma House Weighs Driver Texting Ban

March 03, 2014

Video: Oklahoma Texting Ban Measure

The Oklahoma House is considering a measure that would outlaw texting while driving, enforced as a secondary offense.

House Bill 2540, introduced by Rep. Terry O’Donnell, recently passed a House committee and is expected to be up for a full House vote. A first reading is scheduled for March 3. 

To view a video report from NewsOn6.com/News9.com, click on the link or photo above. 

To track the bill’s progress, click here.

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