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The federal government is giving $550,000 to Connecticut and Massachusetts for pilot projects to crack down on people who text while driving.
Each state is getting $275,000 grants to develop “high-visibility anti-texting enforcement programs,” which will include stationing police spotters on highway overpasses looking for motorists who can’t keep their fingers off the keypad.
ARTICLE COURTESY OF NBC NEWS
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