Where I am coming from is (in part) FCC Amicus Brief 91-36 filed on behalf of amateurs during the court case regarding seizure of amateur radio equipment which unabashedly stated FCC's support for mobile amateur use. FCC did not mince words in this, and I believe it could be used to blunt this. Use of random electronic devices IS a major cause of distracted driving. If two way radio was a significant part in distracted driving, it would have done so during the CB craze. Cellphones had hardly gotten hold during this time, and there was no "distracted driving" on the radar. IT IS WITHOUT a DOUBT the cellphone, games, texting that has caused this problem. So, yes, go after that which is causing the problem; don't PUNISH the innocent along with the guilty. That is simply wrong. And I would deeply, deeply resent the addition of feel-good laws by mealy-mouthed little politicians that know sh** from shinola about radio, but they think they do. And I refuse to sit still for it!~ When this comes to my state, I will be right up there in Raleigh knocking on doors and and making phones ring! This is the most lame-brained idea from gubmint idiots to ever hit the pike. And I am also about to contact certain *other* entities to alert them to this coming situation. I want a ruling from USAF Frequency MGT and NTIA on any state that attempts to interfere with mobile operations that are operating under the authority of AF Comms. I like to help people, but it would be very tempting to watch a cop drive off in the lake and shout at him as he is floating, "Sorry, fella, I wish I could call for help on my radio, but you guys wanna give me a ticket for it, so I guess your car can just sink!!!! Naw, the whole thing is stupid and makes me mad!