What politicians will do for headlines

NEW YORK – NEW YORKERS should be banned from talking on cell phones when crossing the road, a state senator says, citing examples of distracted pedestrians walking into vehicles and even fountains. A bill introduced by state Senator Carl Kruger would make it illegal to talk on phones, read Blackberrys, listen to iPods or use any other electronic device while crossing the street.
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