It is already illegal to hold your cell phone while driving in Maryland, but it may soon be a primary offense.
The House of Delegates passed a bill that would allow police to pull you over for talking on a handheld phone.
Right now, you have to be doing something else illegal first to get pulled over.
The measure is moving on to the Senate.
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