Texting while driving laws may toughen in Virginia

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RICHMOND, V.A. — New texting while driving legislation is closer to becoming a law in Virginia, according to WAVY

A Virginia Senate committee passed a bill on Monday, that would make texting while driving a primary offense with a minimum fee of $250.

Texting while driving is already a secondary offense in Virginia—punishable by a $20 fine.

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