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Published: Saturday, April 20 2013 8:20 a.m. MDT

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My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Maybe its time to pass laws and legislation to limit what cell phones can and can't do. The need to define some elements of cell phones as spy gear and illegal, and not practical for the safety of the user and others within the vicinity of the person using a cell phones.

For the safety of the motoring public, children, pedestrians, and bystanders cell phones should be regulated and limited use to prevent deadly distractions. We have safety standards in places to prevent injury and harm for many devices and its clear cell phones have entered that category and its time to limit its functions. Put an end to TV, camera's, recorders, entertainment and movies, messaging (receiving & sending) that are all endangering lives at all times.

Sprint, Verizon, MS, etc. have stepped over the line as communication devices to entertainment media to entrap children with low level concentration and limited multitasking abilities and it endangering and killing too many people.

george of the jungle
goshen, UT

Make good habits, because it's your habits is what will bring you home.

Brave Sir Robin
San Diego, CA

As a retired teenager myself, I can promise you that this was not true in my case.

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