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Proponents Renew Their Bid to Put Brakes on Texting While Driving

For the fifth straight legislative session, Texas lawmakers will consider bills proposing a statewide ban on texting while driving. There’s more momentum to get it passed, but a difference of opinions among the state’s new leadership could stand in its way.

For the fifth straight legislative session, Texas lawmakers will consider bills proposing a statewide ban on texting while driving. There’s more momentum than ever to get it passed, but a difference of opinions among the state’s new leadership could stand in its way. This is the second video in our eight-part State Mind of series. 

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