Cell Phone Laws

Cell Phone Laws

Following the lead of Japan and several other countries, at least eight U.S. municipalities now restrict use of a hand-held cell phone while driving. Opponents of these measures say the problem has been overblown, and is already addressed...

Following the lead of Japan and several other countries, at least eight U.S. municipalities now restrict use of a hand-held cell phone while driving. Opponents of these measures say the problem has been overblown, and is already addressed by reckless driving statutes. A panel talks about "driving while distracted."

Guests

Frances Bents

Dynamic Science

Tom Wheeler

Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association

Matt Sundeen

National Conference of State Legislatures

Josh Cohen

Harvard Center for Risk Analysis

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