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  • Lavon Reese, a 24 year old Florida State University student, was killed in a high-speed, distraction affected crash. The driver of the vehicle, Ashli Harvey, was driving 89 mph and texting. She was sentenced to three years in prison after entering into a plea deal. Reese's family has focused on changing Florida's texting while driving laws. The law is a secondary offense, meaning drivers cannot be pulled over simply for texting. Gwendolyn Reese and Jeffery Peaten, Lavon's aunt and cousin, are working with lawmakers who are already working toward changing the law to a primary traffic offense. After Harvey's sentencing, Gwendolyn decided to take action into her own hands. “This is something I can do,” she said. “I can work for however

    Mar 24,
    - by Savannah

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