Colorado gov to sign bill barring texting by drivers
DENVER, Colorado ” Gov. Bill Ritter has gone to northern Colorado to sign some of the remaining bills from this year’s legislative session.
One bill Ritter plans to sign Monday is aimed at cracking down on talking and texting on the phone while driving.
Teen drivers would be barred from talking or texting on the phone, but only texting would be illegal for adults.
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