Last December state Rep. John Carson, R-Marietta, told InsiderAdvantage “it is absolutely essential” that a “hands-free phone device bill is addressed during the 2018 General Assembly session” to prevent further distracted driving-related car crashes and fatalities. He also said at the time that the distracted driving study committee he chaired found that “the 15 states with the hands-free laws saw, on average, fatalities go down 15 percent within two to three years.” 

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