Chapel Hill Cellphone Driving Ban Ruled Unconstitutional

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Drivers in North Carolina are barred from texting while driving, but Chapel Hill attempted to one-up their state by instituting a cellphone ban on all drivers.  However, a Superior Court Judge has just ruled that the enacted ban is unconstitutional as it now stands.  The ruling is the result of local towing companies who complained that the ban actually contradicted a previous law requiring tow truck drivers to use their phones to answer questions from citizens whose vehicles have been towed.

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