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Wireless World Manager John Sterling, in the store in Pierre, S.D., hooks up a hands free device to his cell phone on March 21, 2014. He says a law banning texting while driving might increase sales of blue tooth devices.   A law that would make texting while driving illegal in South Dakota still awaits the governor's signature, but the state Department of Public Safety says it's already talking about a public awareness campaign. A state official says the state already has some materials to warn against texting and driving. He has been in touch with an ad agency in Sioux Falls to focus a campaign on the pending ban. The state spends about $1 million a year on safety campaigns including announcements that air on television. The ads target seat belt compliance and drunken driving.    (AP Photo/Nora Hertel)

Wireless World Manager John Sterling, in the store in Pierre, S.D., hooks up a hands free device to his cell phone on March 21, 2014. He says a law banning texting while driving might increase sales of blue tooth devices. A law that would make texting while driving illegal in South Dakota still awaits the governor's signature, but the state Department of Public Safety says it's already talking about a public awareness campaign. A state official says the state already has some materials to warn against texting and driving. He has been in touch with an ad agency in Sioux Falls to focus a campaign on the pending ban. The state spends about $1 million a year on safety campaigns including announcements that air on television. The ads target seat belt compliance and drunken driving. (AP Photo/Nora Hertel)

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