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Distracted Driving News
The Shreya R. Dixit Memorial Foundation hosted its 11th annual Raksha 5K Run/Walk For Distraction-Free Driving, Saturday, Aug. 11, at Purgatory Creek Park. The event featured a 5K run, chances for people to sign pledges to drive distraction-free, remarks from Pat Cooper of Federated Insurance, Mike Hanson from the Office of Traffic Safety and John Mosey of NorthstarMLS, and a vigil walk. According to race organizers, the event had its largest turnout with about 250 people who registered. The foundation…Read More
We are almost halfway down 2018. The year brought Minneapolis the honor of hosting Super Bowl at the sparkling US Bank Stadium. Vikings almost made it to the Super Bowl but, for Philadelphia robbing Minneapolis of the distinction of hosting and, getting a chance to win the Super Bowl. No doubt, it was very disappointing. But in sports, there is always a winner and a loser. This time the loser happened to be the host team. At about the same…Read More
Legislation that would make Minnesota the 17th state to ban drivers from using hand-held phones and electronic devices will not get a vote on the House floor, likely killing the measure for the fourth straight year. Chief author Rep. Mark Uglem, R-Champlin, on Tuesday, said that the bill would not receive a vote on the floor. “I’m astounded,” Uglem said. “It’s very saddening that we can’t act on something so important to Minnesotans.” With six days left in the session,…Read More
With less than three weeks remaining in the 2018 MN Legislative Session, family of distracted driving victims are pushing lawmakers to pass a hands-free bill that has bipartisan support.Read More
Law would make it illegal for drivers to hold a phone or other electronic device.Read More