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Argument: Enforcing a vehicle cell phone ban is nearly impossible

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==Supporting quotations== ==Supporting quotations==
[http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=13781479 Craig Miller. "Laws Limiting Car-Phone Use Tough to Enforce". NPR. 21 Aug. 2007] - "'We might come out to the vehicle and find 11 or 12 phone calls we have to return,' [Tom] Sherman says. 'So we have to choose between either doing business or following the law, which is pretty much ignored by everybody else also. It's kind of looked at like a jaywalking law.'" [http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=13781479 Craig Miller. "Laws Limiting Car-Phone Use Tough to Enforce". NPR. 21 Aug. 2007] - "'We might come out to the vehicle and find 11 or 12 phone calls we have to return,' [Tom] Sherman says. 'So we have to choose between either doing business or following the law, which is pretty much ignored by everybody else also. It's kind of looked at like a jaywalking law.'"

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Craig Miller. "Laws Limiting Car-Phone Use Tough to Enforce". NPR. 21 Aug. 2007 - "'We might come out to the vehicle and find 11 or 12 phone calls we have to return,' [Tom] Sherman says. 'So we have to choose between either doing business or following the law, which is pretty much ignored by everybody else also. It's kind of looked at like a jaywalking law.'"

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