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State Patrol: Over 700 citations and warnings due to hands-free law in first 10 days

State Patrol: Over 700 citations and warnings due to hands-free law in first 10 days Photo: Pixabay/MGN

Updated: August 13, 2019 11:59 AM

Troopers issued more than 700 citations and warnings for the hands-free law in just the first 10 days since the law went into effect.

The Minnesota State Patrol said troopers issued 740 citations and warnings for violations of the hands-free law in the first 10 days of August.

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In addition to those citations and warnings, troopers also issued 88 citations and warnings for left lane violations during the same time period, according to the State Patrol.


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