Cuomo comes to Millbrook to ban texting while driving

Governor Cuomo mingles with attendees at New York State Police Troop K headquarters in Millbrook after signing the Distracted Drivers Law on Thursday, July 14. Photo by Arvolyn Hill

MILLBROOK — New York state is cracking down on texting while driving. Gov. Andrew Cuomo visited Millbrook on Thursday, July 14, at the New York State Police Troop K headquarters to sign the new Distracted Drivers Law. The signing of the law was well attended by elected officials, state troopers, local law enforcement and the public.

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