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Cellphone use may not cause more car crashes

A new study uses data from a major cellphone provider and accident reports to contradict previous findings that connected cellphone use to increased crash risk. The findings also raise doubts about the traditional cost-benefit analyses used by states that have, or are, implementing cellphone-driving bans as a way to promote safety.
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