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Group Trying To Fight The Hands-Free-While-Driving Ordinance In An Odd Way

A group hoping to overturn the hand-held cell phone ban have an interesting idea on how to do it.

Over the weekend a website devoted to overturning the ban put up a banner encouraging voters not to vote in the upcoming city election.  The hope is with a lower voter turnout it would lower the threshold of signatures needed on a petition to push the ordinance to a vote.

The banner has since been removed.  The man leading the petition drive, David Kossey claims he isn’t trying to get people to skip the election.

For more see this source article.

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