Just a day after a texting while driving ban went into effect in Wauseon, the Ohio Senate has doubts about whether the state should ban it at all.
The issue was the subject of a three-hour Senate hearing on Wednesday. Republican Senate President Tom Niehaus expressed concerns whether a statewide ban would be enforcable, saying "you cannot legislate common sense."
Despite the debate, several Ohio communities, like Wauseon, already prohibit texting while driving.
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(The Associated Press contributed to this report)