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Legislation would tighten Maryland's talking-while-driving law

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ANNAPOLIS - While texting and driving has been banned in Maryland for more than a year, a group of lawmakers want to allow police to pull over and cite motorists for any kind of cellphone use. It is currently illegal to use a cellphone while behind the wheel in Maryland, but doing so is only a secondary offense. That means a law enforcement officer can issue a citation only if a driver is...

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