Florida is trying to fall in line with 43 other states by putting a ban on texting while driving. If the bill is passed by the Florida House it will then go to the Senate, but may be harder to clear due to opposition by some of its members. The House voted 112-2 today in favor of the legislation. As it sits, Florida law says texting while driving by NON commercial drivers is a secondary offense, meaning a driver cannot be pulled over for texting only. The bill is written so that it would be a primary offense and give law enforcement the ability to pull over motorists if they believe they are texting behind the wheel. Republican Sen. Rob Bradley is against the bill saying it offers police the ability to invade privacy while trying to confirm a driver was texting.