AAA Minnesota Safety Representative Lee Glamm used to ask students how many of their parents text while they drive. "I do not ask that anymore because it was kind of disappointing," said Glamm.
More than four years ago, Jean was the passenger in her friend's car. On a rural road near St. Cloud, a driver t-boned them by running a stop sign at 60 miles per hour.
Wisconsin's ban on texting while driving went into effect Wednesday, making it the 30th state to enact such a law.
A new law that bans texting while driving on Wisconsin roads goes into effect Dec. 1. Fines will range from $20 to $400.
When Dan Phillips took the stage Monday evening at Edina High School, he did so as part of a father-daughter team.
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