Texting Ban in Effect Thursday

Pennsylvania's ban on texting while driving goes into effect on Thursday.

The law will prohibit drivers from using wireless interactive communications devices to read, write or send text messages or e-mails while operating a motor vehicle. Violators could face a $50 fine.

The texting ban will be considered a primary offense, meaning law enforcement officials may pull over a driver solely for texting.

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