Posts Tagged ‘texting’

Governor signs bill banning texting while driving

by Published: March 24,2015

Tags: Business, Mississippi, NEWS, Phil Bryant, texting

JACKSON — Mississippi has become the 45th state to ban texting while driving. Gov. Phil Bryant signed the bill into law this past week. House Bill 389 prohibits drivers from writing, sending or reading text messages, emails or social media messages. It set a $25 fine until July 1, 2016 and $100 after that. Making […] [...]

Sending a five-second text while driving can be deadly

by Published: September 3,2012

Tags: ATT Mississippi, driver's education, Mayo Flynt, texting

All the latest technology can lead to a tethered, never-unplugged lifestyle, including texting at any time, anywhere, even while driving. This is a behind-the-wheel distraction that can lead to deadly results. AT&T has a campaign underway called It Can Wait, meaning no text message is so important it can’t wait. Mayo Flynt, president of AT&T […] [...]

Read September 3 issue of MBJ

by Published: August 31,2012

Tags: damages cap, Gulfport-Biloxi Airport, texting, tort reform

>> HURRICANE ISAAC Windpool, private insurer on coast confident they can handle risks— by Ted Carter Also in this week’s paper: >> TORT REFORM Damages cap issue not gone for good— by Clay Chandler >> TORT CONT. As next challenge forms, current cap statute likely to remain as-is— by Clay Chandler >>READY TO FLY New Gulfport-Biloxi Airport director, Clay Williams, […] [...]

Texting Leader, Pearl River Glass win MTA’s New Venture Challenge

RIDGELAND and JACKSON — Ridgeland-based Texting Leader, LLC and Jackson-based Pearl River Glass Studio Inc. both received first place in separate divisions of the Mississippi Technology Alliance’s (MTA) Fifth Annual Mississippi New Venture Challenge at the Jackson Convention Complex. The New Venture Challenge is a business plan competition that provides an opportunity for aspiring innovators […] [...]

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