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Published March 2, 2013 1:01 am
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Re "House votes to ban cell phone use by teen drivers" (Tribune, Feb. 26):

Utah's lawmakers are poised to outlaw teenagers from talking on cell phones while driving. But some fear that HB103 may be the first step on a slippery slope to outlawing the behavior for adults. Gee, I always thought that the best practice for adults in dealing with teenagers was "practice what you preach."

But I guess that's asking too much — for our legislators to act like adults.

Brian Ritter

Salt Lake City




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