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No text message is worth the risk of endangering the life of you and the life of others while driving behind a two ton vehicle Texting while driving has become a leading cause behind car accidents and happens to be leading cause amongst young teenage drivers according to a study group at Center of Disease control Therefore young adults need to be highly educated about the consequences of being a distracted driver by enforcing new and tougher laws against texting while drivingTexting messaging has been around for dozen of years but there was never a point where it was considered to physically provide harm to someone However as of today it has exceeded to a point where it is considered to be more dangerous than drinking and driving According to the Department of Transportation approximately 3092 people were killed in an additional 416000 were injured due to distracted drivers in the year of 2010 alone Copeland 2012Therefore It is very critical that there should be something done in order to reduce this matter but yet the government has not even attempted to take the slightest action to help reduce this matter Why Because as of today technology are so deeply inner connected with us that it has become a part of our lives and we insist that we can use it whenever we want and however we want it and because of that governments are afraid to action towards not only because they are victims of this as well but because it will be violating our 1st amendment freedom of speech says Mr Harpole a member of the Odessa suggested that the reason why people choose to oppose the ban is that they see it as an issue of freedom Graff2012 Despite the fact that this will be only violating the rights of the people we have to understand that the laws are substantially made to keep the people safe and what good is
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