From the Nanny State files:
(Reuters) – New Yorkers who blithely cross the street listening to an iPod or talking on a cell phone could soon face a $100 fine. NEW YORK
New York State Sen. Carl Kruger says three pedestrians in his
Brooklyndistrict have been killed since September upon stepping into traffic while distracted by an electronic device. In one case bystanders screamed "watch out" to no avail…
"Government has an obligation to protect its citizenry," Kruger said in a telephone interview from
, the state capital. "This electronic gadgetry is reaching the point where it's becoming not only endemic but it's creating an atmosphere where we have a major public safety crisis at hand." Albany
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