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Texting While Driving Ordinance To Take Effect
Texting While Driving Ordinance To Take Effect

Beginning just after midnight Friday, the texting while driving ban passed by the Mitchell City Council will take effect.  It is a primary offense, meaning motorists can be pulled over just for texting while driving.  It is a misdemeanor offense punishable by a 120 dollar fine.

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