[SECC] House Bill 19

Carlton and/or Lana Floyd w4ctk at farmerstel.com
Sun Jan 11 17:05:02 EST 2009

NAS Atlanta issued that order in the year 2003.

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "KC4HW" <jimjohnson at alaweb.com>
To: "SECC" <secc at contesting.com>
Cc: <Contest at alabamacontestgroup.org>
Sent: Sunday, January 11, 2009 11:00 AM
Subject: Re: [SECC] House Bill 19

> This certainly could hamper "Single Op--No Driver" category!  But I 
> presume that
> others in the mobile categories would not be inhibited.
> Interesting that you said "ban on the use....while driving".  Wonder if 
> handfree
> with a  Blue tooth device would be allowed.
> Ft Rucker in Ozark, AL has made it illegal to use a cell phone while 
> driving!  As
> far as I know they will allow handfree operation.
> Interesting to see how this will work out...  If GA does this, I am sure 
> that many
> of the other states will follow.
> Jim/KC4HW
> --------------------------------------------------
> On 11 Jan 2009 at 6:17, Rick Dougherty NQ4I wrote:
> I just read a review of Georgia House Bill 19...it includes a ban on the 
> use of a
> cell phones while driving, and also included in the ban is the use of ham 
> radios
> or citizen band units!! We need to get the word out on this bill, and talk 
> with/write
> our representatives that Ham radio needs to be lifted from this bill!! It 
> will end
> ham radio mobil operations completely! No more Ga QSO party etc.....de 
> Rick
> NQ4I
> Jim/KC4HW
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