Utah lawmaker wants to crack down on cell phones in schools, says too many exposed to porn

15-Feb-2019

A Utah lawmaker wants to crack down on cell phone use in classrooms.

Rep. Susan Pulsipher, R-South Jordan, says every school district needs to have a policy in place when it comes to the use of electronic devices at school, and she says they need to make sure teachers, students and parents are trained on it.

So, she introduced HB 237 on the house floor on Friday.

“We want to make sure that all the students know what that policy is and know what happens if they don’t follow the policy,” said Pulsipher. “Certainly it can be a distraction in the classroom.”

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