Lower Merion supports Pennsylvania’s cell phone driving ban

    Lower Merion Township has officially declared its support for the Pennsylvania bill that would ban the use of hand-held phones while driving.

    The Board of Commissioners passed a resolution last night to support the measure, which is floating around Harrisburg and was passed by the state Senate early last month, the Main Line Times reports.

    The commissioners’ resolution does not support banning hands-free devices.

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