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Nahant police chief endorses new statewide ‘Hands Free’ driving law

Nahant Police Chief Robert Dwyer (far right) announces Massachusetts’ new “Hands Free” driving law at Thursday’s Board of Selectmen meeting. (Elyse Carmosino)
NAHANT — Nahant Police Chief Robert Dwyer voiced his support of a new Massachusetts law that will soon require drivers to ditch their handheld devices completely while behind the wheel.  “You wouldn’t believe the number of people that are on their cell phones (while driving),” Dwyer told the small crowd at Nahant Town Hall for…

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