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Today a Florida Democratic Party leaders’ email announced that state senator Darren Soto (D-Orlando) and state representative Irv Slosberg (D-Boca Raton) proposed a bill to make texting while driving punishable as vehicular homicide if the texting driver causes a death. Texting while driving does not violate current Florida law, although it may be the basis for a traffic infraction after an accident, even if the accident killed someone. So far, 39 states have banned texting while driving. Should texting while driving that causes death be vehicular homicide?