COLUMBUS, Ohio -- An Ohio Senate committee is taking another look at a proposal to ban texting while driving in the state.
The bill is slated for revisions and a possible vote on Wednesday.
It would make writing, reading and sending text messages while driving a minor misdemeanor with possible fines of $150.
The GOP-controlled House passed the bill in June, but it's been stalled in the Senate since last fall.
Senate President Tom Niehaus has said he has concerns with enforcing the ban. He told reporters Tuesday that changes to the bill were being discussed, including an amendment to keep 16- and 17-year-olds from using electronic devices behind the wheel.
Niehaus said the proposal could be voted on by the full Senate on Thursday.