Salem lawmakers ponder $2,000 texting fine

Oregon drivers soon could pay up to $2,000 if they’re caught texting while driving.
   Both the state Senate and House are considering bills to toughen anti-texting laws. Despite the 2009 Oregon law that currently charges a $500 maximum fine, accidents involving cell phones have crept up. Senate President Peter Courtney, D-Salem, said the higher penalty will be very severe for violators “the one time you get caught.” Read The Oregonian article.

by  Jon Osterberg



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