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Holding a cell phone to your ear while driving is still legal in Virginia, and that's unlikely to change this year.
More than 11,000 citations have already been issued in the District.
Drivers may be lowering their phones so police can't see them texting. As a result, their eyes aren't on the road.
Come Friday, driving and talking on a cell phone in Maryland could get you a ticket, but only if you're doing something else wrong.
Frederick County government is taking steps to reduce employee cell phone use while driving.
The no-talking policy for employees would be stricter than a state law going into effect Oct. 1.
Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell said the state is currently robbing itself of money set aside for road construction by controlling the sales of alcohol and other private sectors.
The Prince George's County passed one of the strongest cell phone bans in the region, but the student member of the school board says the measure goes too far.
Maryland's new cell phone law goes into effect in six months, banning talking on cell phones without a hands-free device.