Pennsylvania’s “No Texting While Driving” Law Proves Difficult to Enforce

According to records kept by the Administrative Office of Pennsylvania Courts and police, there were roughly 900 citations issued to motorists under Pennsylvania’s new “no texting while driving” law during the first eight months of the texting ban.

And while there is little question as to why the texting law was passed – namely, to make the roads safer and curb distracted driving car accidents – many police officers are finding the new law difficult to enforce.
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Starting in 2014 Public can Look Up Payments to Doctors from Drug Makers

Many patients may be surprised to discover that several doctors routinely receive gifts and payments from pharmaceutical and medical device manufacturers. In fact, it is quite common for physicians to have financial relationships with the companies that make the medicines and devices that the doctors use on a daily basis.
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