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Topic - Robin Klueber
"In this day and age, especially when many of us still feel the scare of 9/11, students should be able to travel with their phones," Klueber said. "Many of these kids come from other boroughs and participate in after-school activities where they are far from home late into the evening."
Some students store their phones in a truck, and others use a nearby shoe store, Klueber said.