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Texting bill wins final legislative approval

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RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Legislation to toughen the penalties for texting while driving is on its way to Gov. Bob McDonnell's desk. Without debate, the Senate voted 28-12 Tuesday to pass a House bill increasing the fine for a first offense from $20 to $250. The fine for a second or subsequent offense would go up from $50 to $500. The legislation also changes texting while driving to a primary...

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