In 2016, 121 people lost their life because of accidents related to distracted driving. State law makers are trying to bring that number down to zero, with a new bill which tightens distracted driving laws, by expanding the existing prohibition to all smart phone use. The measure is sponsored by Rep. Ron Tusler of Harrison, Rep. Shannon Zimmerman of River Falls, and Sen Van Wanggaard of Racine. And the current law only prohibits texting and emails. In addition, the bill raises the fine from $20 up to $100, with a maximum of $400. When unavailing the bill, Rep. Tusler asked one simple question. “What tweet is worth $400?”