People wanting to resell mobile phones in St. Louis would face tough new restrictions under a newly proposed ordinance.
The proposal comes after Megan Boken was shot to death for her IPhone.
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No more spam text messages or calls for those who put their cell phone numbers on the state’s No-Call List.
The measure would prohibit most solicitations by phone call or text message to cellphones.
The House has given first-round approval to a bill permitting the addition of cellphones to the list.
And it doesn’t take a computer whiz to find it and take advantage of it.
The bill’s requirements could be used either to help find a 911 caller who is using a cellphone, or to ping the phone’s location when there is the danger of death or serious physical injury.
If the bill passes and you use a cell phone while driving in Illinois it had better be hands-free behind the wheel.
A measure to re-define work zones as they relate to phone use is in an Illinois Senate committee.