A study by the Highway Loss Data Institute, which shows anti-distracted-driving laws are not effective in curbing drivers' distraction, should not keep the states from enacting such measures, writes Andrew G. Simpson in the Insurance Journal. "States do not need more laws that don't work but they also shouldn't let one study keep them from their safety mission. Isn't it always better to be safe than sorry?"

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