Tammy Garlock’s son Brian was killed in a automobile accident on June 12, 2008. At the time of the accident, Brian was distracted while using his cell phone to make a call - something his mother hopes to help prevent with the introduction of the Brain Garlock Act which would make North Carolina a “hands-free” state.
Tammy Garlock’s son Brian was killed in a automobile accident on June 12, 2008. At the time of the accident, Brian was distracted while using his cell phone to make a call - something his mother hopes to help prevent with the introduction of the Brain Garlock Act which would make North Carolina a “hands-free” state. Tammy Garlock
Tammy Garlock’s son Brian was killed in a automobile accident on June 12, 2008. At the time of the accident, Brian was distracted while using his cell phone to make a call - something his mother hopes to help prevent with the introduction of the Brain Garlock Act which would make North Carolina a “hands-free” state. Tammy Garlock
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April 02, 2015 11:05 AM

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