Should Saskatchewan’s steep, escalating, fines for violating handheld ban be available to being worked-off if it otherwise means losing between a tenth to a fifth of income?

Saskatchewan’s new distracted driving fines disproportionately punish people in poverty: professor
Global News, February 21, 2020

Distracted driving must be treated ‘with the same kind of criminality and public condemnation as impaired driving:’ Op/Ed

It’s time we started treating distracted driving like impaired driving
Toronto Star, February 5, 2020

New Jersey jury finds driver guilty in crash that killed pedestrian — trial is first application of vehicular manslaughter-charges for distracted driving

She Texted About Dinner While Driving. Then a Pedestrian Was Dead.
The New York Times, November 22, 2019

Massachusetts RMV scandal — number of dangerous drivers whose license should have been suspended/revoked for out-of-state infractions doubles to more than 1,600

RMV suspends hundreds more Mass. licenses amid internal review
The Boston Globe, July 12, 2019

Review of deadly crash reveals scandalous failure of Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles to track out-of-state violations and suspend licenses of dangerous drivers

In wake of deadly crash, Mass. suspends more than 500 licenses
The Boston Globe, July 1, 2019

No more warnings or non-moving violations in Illinois — harsher penalties and increased fine for violating handheld ban begin

Here’s what you need to know about the Illinois crackdown on texting while driving going into effect July 1
Chicago Tribune, June 20, 2019

Teenager sentenced for distracted driving-crash that killed two in Minnesota — a minor at the time, she was granted ‘stay of adjudication’ by judge as part of plea to felony

60 days in jail for teen driver who was on phone, killed Blaine officer and wife in crash
Star Tribune, June 2, 2019