Oregon lawmakers are about to make this perfectly clear: doing anything with a cellphone while driving is illegal.
That would include texting, talking, emailing, movies, navigation and/or social media.
You could be cited for just holding a phone in your hand while driving.
House Bill 2597 would nail down the all-uses, all-devices specifics that were thrown in doubt by a 2015 Oregon Court of Appeals ruling. The bill also increases the maximum penalty to $2,000, up from $500.
Read more at the Statesman Journal.