Chapel Hill is First to Ban All Cell-Phone Use While Driving

The town became the first in the nation to pass an ordinance outlawing talking on both hand-held and hands-free cell phones while driving. After two years of discussion on the issue, the council voted 5-4, with opposition from Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt.
March 27, 2012

The town became the first in the nation to pass an ordinance outlawing talking on both hand-held and hands-free cell phones while driving. After two years of discussion on the issue, the council voted 5-4, with opposition from Mayor Mark Kleinschmidt.

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