Constitution Day Finds Central Studen...

Constitution Day Finds Central Students Debating Laws Merits

There are 2 comments on the News on 6 Tulsa story from Sep 22, 2010, titled Constitution Day Finds Central Students Debating Laws Merits. In it, News on 6 Tulsa reports that:

Today students at Tulsa's Central High School celebrated Constitution Day by debating the merits of a new law being passed which targets young drivers using their cell phones.

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Rick

United States

#1 Sep 22, 2010
As much as I do not like it, If a law is targeted at minors then it is reasonable. Just be glad they don't tax each text. They could you know. It would be legal and not require a vote of the people because it would be an usage fee just like on the regular phone bill.
WMCOL

United States

#2 Sep 22, 2010
Lots of laws target just one segment of society. Drivers license, drinking laws, voting law, consensual sex law, military conscription, child support, but so what?

When three of four sixteen year olds with a drivers license are involved in an accident or receive a moving violation during their first year of driving, that segment needs to be targeted. Stop the nonsense and the target will come down.

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