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What happens when a driver kills someone while fiddling with a cellphone?
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What happens when a driver kills someone while fiddling with a cellphone? Often, not much

In Minnesota, drivers caught texting face a $50 fine and $225 for subsequent offenses. When deaths or seriously injuries occur, a distracted driver faces at most a gross misdemeanor reckless driving charge unless engaged in an additional offense.

MinnPost Capitol reporter Peter Callaghan and MPR's Briana Bierschbach
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MinnPost Social: 2018 Legislative Recap

05/30/2018 5:30pm - 7:00pm

On May 30, join editor Andy Putz, MinnPost reporter Peter Callaghan, and MPR's Briana Bierschbach at Elsie's in Minneapolis from 5:30-7 p.m. to get their take on the 2018 legislative session.