Consumer Groups: Gov't Kept Secret The Dangers of Cell Phones

In 2001, the state of New York passed a law aimed at helping drivers keep their eyes on the road and their hands on the wheel. The state said drivers could use cell phones in transit if, and only if, they used a hands-free device to carry on the conversation. In the eight years since, four other states and the District of Columbia have followed suit. But government documents released Tuesday suggest it doesn't matter whether commuters are holding their cell phones in hand or not: Data shows...Full Story
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