Skip to comments.Vermont bill would ban cell phone use for anyone under 21
Posted on 01/09/2020 3:57:13 PM PST by Blood of Tyrants
A Vermont state senator wants to ban on cell phone use for anyone under 21.
According to WPTZ, Democratic Senator John Rodgers says the phones are a big factor in teenage driving deaths, but can also lead to bullying and radicalization.
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Why do schools allow kids to have phones while there?
This WILL start a revolt!
More tyranny from the liberal fascists.
Insane....Cell phones do not discriminate.
Striking a blow for Luddism.
Democrats are a huge cause of teenage death
It’ll never survive the Federal courts.
Friends don’t let friends vote democrat.
Doesn’t he know american kids are unable to function at all without “smart” phones?
They shouldnt, would be my personal opinion.
Children are prone not only to addictive behaviors but to group think, both of which work against them learning to manage their time when they are permitted a constant, immersive distraction.
But you can still pay taxes. I'm thinking of joining the Democrat party to work for these wonderful ideas.
Not that I support this, but I don’t see why you would think the courts would strike this down anymore than they’ve struck down laws about needing to be 21 to drink, to purchase guns in blue states and now buy tobacco products (which somehow needed a federal law.)
Seems like you might to want to outlaw whatever causes 75% of the accidents.....like....drivers. LOL
Children should not be free in the same sense that adults can be tolerated to be. That is not progressive, for progressivism now demands they should be free, among other things, to mutilate themselves and ruin their lives in an effort to help the perverted get their way in society.
1st Amendment.It’s not just for breakfast anymore.
Group think where many are so indoctrinated by their constant media addiction imagine that socialism hasnt been tried is functioning?
Like cigs or booze. Absolutely. Yes
Isn’t this protected by the Second Amendment?
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