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Starting Jan. 1, don't text and drive

Starting next week, it will be against the law in Kansas to drive, hold a cell phone in one hand and type text into it with the other. So, it will be against the law to steer with your feet.
However you’ve done it in the past, the police can now pull you over and give you a ticket for doing it any longer, after Jan. 1.
There will be a $60 fine plus local court costs, which aren’t cheap.
You also are not allowed to accept instant messages and e-mail while driving, according to the Associated Press ...

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