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Virginia bill to crack down on driver texting advances

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A Virginia Senate committed approved legislation on Monday that would greatly increase penalties for texting while driving. Under the current law, drivers caught texting in the commonwealth can receive $20 fines the first time they are cited and they receive a $50 fine if they are subsequently caught texting behind the wheel. Additionally, drivers can only be cited for texting while driving if...

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