Texting while driving law difficult to enforce
On Aug. 1, 2008 a new law banning texting while driving took effect.
One year later, police officers and state troopers still haven't seen a decline in cell phone use on the road.
"I don't think that texting has ever stopped," said Park Rapids Police Chief Terry Eilers. "You can drive right down the street here and watch car after car on their cell phone."
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