Proposed bill to make Indiana hands-free state will not move forward

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INDIANAPOLIS (WNDU) - The bill pushing for Indiana to become a hands-free state will not be moving forward this legislative session.

The bill would have made it illegal to hold a cellphone or any other electronic communications device in while driving.

Meanwhile, the consequences of being caught with a cellphone in your hands would have essentially the same consequence as a Class C infraction, which is similar to a DUI.