After years, the Minnesota Legislature finally passed a bill that requires all cell phone use by motorists to be hands-free. There are exceptions for emergencies, but a provision known as the "one tap" rule asks drivers to keep both hands on the wheel and to restrict actions like entering an address in a maps app to times when the car isn't in motion.
On Friday, April 26, host Angela Davis talked about the new law with traffic safety director Michael Hanson; political reporter Brian Bakst, and Greg Tikalsky, whose father died in a distracted-driving accident.
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