We all know that we should not be talking or texting on our cell phones while driving.  But soon, you might pay double if you get caught!

According to NBC 10,

"A measure being considered Monday by the state Senate's Law and Public Safety Committee would increase fines for violators from $100 to $200 for the first offense.

A second offense would garner a $400 fine, while a third violation would mean a $600 fine.

Violators also could have their driver's license suspended for 90 days for the third and subsequent violations. They also would receive three points on their license."

Ouch!  What do you think?  Are the fines too much?

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