Law Blog New View Considered A Prospective Driving Hazard

In a case where you don't get all the revenue you want, is there a way you would prioritize those items? If people want to talk about prioritizing, certainly we need to do that. But right now, I think they are all legitimate needs. Many of those things have to do with elementary-aged children. I think that's the right place to spend money right now. The better you can make your elementary division, the better off the system's going to be. If I could wave a magic wand and have every kid in the district that first day of third grade [reading] at grade level, it's a game changer. You have turned the corner.

Bosch uses UX approach to spark enthusiasm for electric driving - Putting people first

It is a scary new world where driving is concerned. The hazards of using hand-held devices such cell phones while driving have been well documented. Most states have laws regulating their use (either for calls, texting and/or emails). For instance, West Virginia currently bans texting while driving for all drivers, and bans cell phone use for drivers under the age of 18. Distracted driving due to cell phone use, particularly texting, has been the subject of discussion in previous blog posts by Colombo Law. But will those regulations apply to a cell phone that is a watch? Some argue that having the equivalent of a mini-computer on your wrist is just too tempting to use, and therefore too much of a likely distraction to driving.

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