To ban or not to ban, that is the question. As Yaël Ossowski reports, lawmakers throughout the state of Florida are weighing punitive new crackdowns on cell phone use. In one case there is a proposal to stop tech-loving drivers from picking up their cell phones while behind the wheel. In another, there is a move to ban cell phone use during public meetings. Though the details of each proposal vary, they all represent a growing push to legislate and regulate citizens' relationships with their mobile devices.
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