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Alabama Bill Would Restrict Driver Cell Phone Use

March 22, 2004

Legislation pending in an Alabama House panel would prohibit drivers’ use of hand-held cell phones, according to a report by the Associated Press on March 17. The bill would permit only “hands-free” devices in moving vehicles.

The infraction would be a primary offense, allowing police to pull over drivers with a phone to their ears. Violators could face a $50 fine with no points assessed to their license.
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