During a speech in July, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee highlights the state’s new law prohibiting the use of nearly all phones and mobile devices while driving. At left is John Batiste, chief of the Washington State Patrol.
During a speech in July, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee highlights the state’s new law prohibiting the use of nearly all phones and mobile devices while driving. At left is John Batiste, chief of the Washington State Patrol. Ted S. Warren AP
During a speech in July, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee highlights the state’s new law prohibiting the use of nearly all phones and mobile devices while driving. At left is John Batiste, chief of the Washington State Patrol. Ted S. Warren AP

Hey, Idaho! Let’s steal Washington’s driving-under-the-influence-of-electronics law

August 05, 2017 08:25 PM

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