* Cellphone bans save money, study finds * Alberta to see C$140 mln in savings from ban CALGARY, Alberta, Sept 29 (Reuters) - A new study is backing a proposal by the province of Alberta to ban cellphone use in cars, finding that keeping drivers' attention on the road not only saves lives it also saves far more money than the cost of enforcing the ban. The study, published this month in the journal Health Economics, looked at the cost-effectiveness of the proposed in-car cellphone ban ...
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