(Indianapolis, IN) - Drivers in Indiana will very likely soon have to put their cell phones down.
The Indiana Senate approved a hands-free cell phone plan on Tuesday.
The idea is to have drivers use their speakerphone or bluetooth while behind the wheel.
The Indiana House already approved a version of the plan, but they have to vote again because senators changed a few pieces of the proposed law.
Governor Eric Holcolmb has said he will sign the plan into law.
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