Utah lawmakers have revived a measure to impose a $25 fine and ticket on teens who talk on the phone while driving.
The Senate voted to approve the measure in a 17-12 vote on Wednesday.
Senators killed the bill earlier in the week after opponents said it was unnecessary and didn't address other concerns about distracted driving.
The measure would make it a misdemeanor for 16- and 17-year-olds to talk and drive. It would not apply to teens using a phone to reach out to parents or authorities in an emergency situation. If teens were to violate the rule and receive a ticket, that ticket would not count against them in points on their driver's license.
The measure is now on its way to the governor.