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Posted: Monday, April 21, 2014 9:27 am

Marty Williams recalls the conversations he and his wife would have with their two daughters about the dangers of talking and texting while driving.

“It’s always a concern,” said Williams, who lives in Howard County, Md. “We just drilled it into their heads over and over until they said ‘OK, we get it,’ and when we saw something [about the dangers of drivers texting] on TV, we made sure they saw it, too.”

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