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As ban nears, state spreads word against driver texting

The state effort to educate drivers on the new law features posters at Registry branches, public address announcements at high schools and on MBTA platforms, and a radio campaign. The state effort to educate drivers on the new law features posters at Registry branches, public address announcements at high schools and on MBTA platforms, and a radio campaign.
By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / September 21, 2010

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With a ban on texting while driving just 10 days away, officials launched a statewide campaign yesterday aimed at weaning drivers from their cellphones. (Full article: 888 words)

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