• Florida lawmakers to discuss texting and driving bill

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    FLORIDA - State lawmakers will discuss cracking down on texting and driving Tuesday.

    A Senate committee will discuss a bill that would make it a primary offense instead of a secondary offense.

    Read: Driver pinned for hours after texting leads to crash

    The current secondary offense status means law enforcement can't pull a driver over just for texting. They can only stop a driver for another offense, such as speeding.

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