A Missouri Senate committee has approved legislation that bars all drivers from texting while driving.
Currently, only drivers 21 years old and younger are prohibited from sending cell phone text messages while driving.
But what's the problem with that system according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol?
It's hard to tell how old a driver is if an officer sees them texting.
A series of public hearings began today for legislation that would repeal, amend, and place exemptions on Proposition B.
Missouri voters narrowly approved the measure in November.
Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster is taking steps he hopes will improve water quality at the Lake of the Ozarks, one of Missouri’s most popular tourist destinations.
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