Those who talk on their cell phones while driving might soon have to hang up.
A bill filed last November in the Kentucky General Assembly could make talking on a cell phone while driving against the law.
House Bill 56 seeks to make using a wireless communication device while driving on a public highway an offense that carries a fine of as much as $100.
According to the bill, the use of cell phones while driving will be prohibited unless a driver safely moves out of the flow of traffic, exits to a safe area and comes to a complete stop.
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