Hands-free Driving Bill Passes in Minnesota House
The House Passed the Bill Monday Night
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) – The Minnesota House has approved a bill that would require motorists to use hands-free devices when talking on the phone.
Sponsors say the measure will cut down on the rising level of distracted driving and save lives.
The House passed the bill 106 – 21 Monday night.
A similar bill is working its way through the Senate with an exemption for GPS navigation systems.
Governor Tim Walz has indicated that he will sign the bill.