Another bill would ban texting while driving, and all cellphone use by youngest drivers
A bill that would increase consumer choice for health insurance plans was passed by the Georgia House of Representatives Friday.
Also passing the House on “Crossover Day” was a bill that would ban text messaging while driving for drivers of all ages, in addition to a full ban on all cellphone use while driving for those under 18 years old.
By passing before the end-of-Friday deadline, both bills can be taken up in time for potential passage by the Senate before the legislative term ends. Read More»