Opinion

September 13, 2013 12:00 AM

Safer roads via a tighter ban on devices

A Washington researcher this week released the state’s first study on the perils of using cellphones or other electronic devices while in the control of a vehicle, and — surprise! — it reaches the same conclusion found in dozens of other studies: distracted driving is dangerous.

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