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If your a person who talks on the phone while driving, your time is coming to an end. Over the weekend the Illinois Senate passed a bill that bans the use of hand held cell phones while driving. That means you'd need a hands free device if you want to take a call when behind the wheel.
State Trooper Dustin Pierce:
"We see a lot of people on their phones. Of course, distracted driving is something we're always talking about. Distracted driving is more than just cell phones but cell phones are a big part of the problem."
The bill now goes to the Illinois House for a final vote. It will then need a signature from Gov. Quinn to become law.