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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Gary Howell
West Virginia lawmakers have introduced a bill that would ban drivers from using Google Glass from behind the wheel.
"I actually like the idea of the product and I believe it is the future, but last legislature we worked long and hard on a no-texting-and-driving law," state Delegate Gary G. Howell, a Republican, told CNET. "It is mostly the young that are the tech-savvy that try new things. They are also our most vulnerable and underskilled drivers."