Studies indicate Georgia’s distracted driving law is working, nearly a year after it first took effect. With the one year mark approaching, those in Atlanta’s... Atlanta medical community to push for federal distracted driving law

Studies indicate Georgia’s distracted driving law is working, nearly a year after it first took effect. With the one year mark approaching, those in Atlanta’s medical community are pushing for a national distracted driving law. The Medical Association of Atlanta says it is sending representatives to meetings with the American Medical Association and having conversations with the Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to make the case for a federal hands-free law.

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