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Fifteen-year-old Cedric Reese texts a message while his brother, Sebastien watches traffic on a simulator designed to demonstrate the effects of distracted driving at Altru this week. photo by Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald

Experts say texting and driving is dangerous, but laws against it tough to enforce

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Kayne Borboa recently took the city of Grand Forks to court after receiving a $100 ticket for reading a message on his phone while driving, something he says he was not doing.

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Borboa was pulled over by a police officer in May after two undercover cops spotted him pushing buttons and touching the screen of his phone at a stop light.

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