A proposed bill that could impact every driver in Utah, but has failed to pass through the Utah State Legislature for years, is set to make its way back before lawmakers for the upcoming 2020 legislative session.

The Distracted Driver Amendments, known officially this session as HB 101, would make holding and using a cell phone while operating a motor vehicle a primary offense, and allow law enforcement the ability to pull someone over for violating it.

The bill dictates that drivers use hands-free devices only and has once again been brought forth by Rep. Carol Spackman-Moss, D-Holladay, with hopes of finding more support among her colleagues this time around.

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